Monday, February 2, 2015
An unexpected knock at the door turns a family upside-down. In this story of beginnings and endings, betrayal and love, three generations twist and grow in astonishing ways. And where their roots meet may surprise you.
“I set out to write a play about race and ended up writing a play about family,” says playwright Julie Hébert about Tree, “About the inescapability of family, of being known over time, of recognizing yourself in others, of continuing relationships after betrayal and suffering. We keep each other honest. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes painful – and so it is with this play.” … Read the Press Release
San Francisco Playhouse’s production of Tree is made possible by Producers Buffy & George Miller, and Associate Producers Ellen & Bruce Hall.
Photos by Jessica Palopoli.
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