“You never leave a Sarah Gartshore play as the same human who walked into the theatre two hours before, and that’s a very good thing. Her work vibrates with intensity of thought and craft….
…There’s a deep beauty in Chilton’s “The Sandcastle,” simply because he recognizes and honours the love that weaves itself between people in a home, a family, and a community. I’m hoping this play gets produced next year because I’d love to see it.”
Reflections on #PlaySmelter 2017’s workshop of Sarah Gartshore’s “Debwewin” and Eli Chilton’s “The Sandcastle” by Kim Fahner, the Poet Laureate of Sudbury.
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