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The Long Red Road


The Age, August 2015

I wish every American play we staged here was performed with this level of assurance and flair – Cameron Woodhead, The Age

The play gets under your skin – Variety

A POWERFULLY redemptive celebration of forgiveness and unconventional beauty…startling, moving and at times, difficult to bear in its stark authenticity – Chicago Theater

A devastating new play exploring the impact of addiction and the aftermath of those affected. Set in the heart of America, “The Long Red Road” – a Native American term for the journey towards redemption and inner peace – is the story of Sam and Bob, two brothers struggling to move beyond years of anger and resentment. The women in their lives also seeking resolution and Sam’s young daughter desperate to reunite with her father, leaving Sam to decide if he will face his demons and those he  left in their wake.

Brett C. Leonard offers a story of the wandering journey through the desert of self destruction and the six tormented souls that charter the territories known as The Long Red Road.

Produced through special arrangement with Broadway Play Publishing Inc. New York.

Image: The Long Red Road. Photograph by Tracii Caroline, graphic design by Dark Miaco.


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