PHOTO SLIDESHOW: First Rehearsal for Athol Fugard’s ‘The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek’

Gilbert Glenn Brown, Suanne Spoke, Thomas Silcott, Philip Solomon

Gilbert Glenn Brown, Suanne Spoke, Thomas Silcott, Philip Solomon

“Maybe one day you will also walk many roads.”                                      Nukain Mabuza, The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek 

Our company of theatre artists began their walk together on the road toward our upcoming west coast premiere of Athol Fugard’s beautiful new play,  The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek  Actors Gilbert Glenn Brown, Thomas Silcott, Philip Solomon, and Suanne Spoke met with the production and design team under the eye of director Simon Levy. This marks Silcott’s second Fugard play at the Fountain, who co-starred in Coming Home in 2009.

The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek is the seventh Fugard play produced at the Fountain since 2000. Producer Stephen Sachs spoke about the Fountain’s longtime relationship with Fugard and its fifteen year history of producing his new work. Director Simon Levy shared his thoughts on the play. Also present at the first meeting were associate producer James Bennett, assistant stage manager Terri Roberts, set designer Jeff McLaughlin, costume designer Naila Aladdin-Sanders, props designer Dillon Nelson, dialect coach Nike Doukas, and publicist Lucy Pollak.

Nukkain Mabuza

Nukkain Mabuza

This beautifully heartfelt new drama by Athol Fugard is inspired by the life of South African artist Nukain Mabuza. Aging South African farm worker Nukain has spent his life painting the rocks at Revolver Creek into a vibrant garden of flowers, the young orphan boy Bokkie now at his side. But when the landowner’s wife arrives with demands to stop his painting, the deep racial conflict of a country is viscerally exposed, and the seed of the painter’s legacy is planted to blossom in the rise of the next generation.

The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek opens November 7 (323) 663-1525  Get Tickets/More Info

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