A one woman show about things we consume and stories we tell ourselves: a Child lives alone amid left behind stuff. Acting out an interruption to her routine, she reveals a violent past and the horrors inhabiting her space. Her yearning for contact takes us on a journey of humor, pathos, and hope.
Heather L. Jones has had work produced by American Theatre of Actors in New York, and by Green Light Theatrical Productions in Philadelphia, where her play, Last Rites, was one of six selections for the first presentation of GLO, their annual festival of one-acts by women. In 2009 Heather received a Regional Artists Project Grant from the Asheville Area Arts Council and the North Carolina Arts Council, and she has directed her own work at the BeBe Theatre in Asheville, and at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. Her play My Unspeakable Confessions, Gala Dali Declines to Explain Herself has had repeated productions at The Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg FL. She is Co-founding Artistic Director of Blue Scarf Collective, a theatre-making group in St. Petersburg that has produced several of Heather’s plays, including The Waitress Play, Murder Ballad, and The Hoarder’s Child. Heather lives in St. Petersburg and teaches creative writing.
My Unspeakable Confessions: Gala Dali Declines to Explain Herself Published April 18, 2012