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written by Steven Dietz

directed by Michael Edan

Friday January 12th 2018 — Saturday February 3rd 2018

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On Clover Road

East Coast Premiere

A seedy, abandoned motel room. A distraught mother desperate to be reunited with her cult-member daughter, missing more than four years. A hard-boiled private detective hired to kidnap and deprogram the girl. The cult leader himself. Doors with bars. Secrets. Suspicion. A gun. Rope. Something will go wrong. Very wrong.

Presented by special arrangement with the author.

A special talkback will be held after the January 27th performance. Click here for more details.»

 About The Author

steven-dietzSteven Dietz’s thirty-plus plays have been seen at over one hundred regional theatres in the United States, as well as Off-Broadway and in over twenty countries internationally.  Mr. Dietz received the 2016 Steinberg New Play Award Citation for Bloomsday (ACT-Seattle, world premiere)having previously been a finalist for Last of the Boys and Becky’s New Car.  Other recent premieres include This Random World, presented at the Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, Kentucky; and the thriller, On Clover Road, seen at multiple U.S. theatres as part of a National New Play Network rolling world premiere.  Other awards include the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays Award for both Fiction and Still Life with Iris;  the Edgar® Award for Best Mystery Play for Sherlock Holmes:  The Final Adventure;  the PEN USA West Award in Drama for Lonely Planet;  and the 1995 Yomuiri Shimbun Award (the Japanese “Tony”) for his adaptation of Shusaku Endo’s novel Silence.  Other widely-produced plays include Rancho Mirage, Yankee Tavern,  Shooting StarJackie and Me (from Dan Gutman), Inventing van Gogh, God’s Country, Private Eyes, Dracula (from Bram Stoker), and The Nina Variations.  Mr. Dietz and his family divide their time between Seattle and Austin, where he teaches playwriting and directing at the University of Texas.

Cast

Production Staff / Crew

Deb FaillaOmar Kozarsky