ASHES & INK, a play in two acts by Martha Pichey

ASHES & INK, a play in two acts

by Martha Pichey

Directed by Caroline Reddick Lawson

A stirring story about grief, addiction, and a mother’s love.

Molly’s son is a talented actor who is preparing for an audition to a prestigious drama school. He is also a recovering addict. Can he beat his addiction and get into drama school at the same time? And can Molly’s relationships survive his anger?

Alabama State Council on the Arts logoMade possible in part by a grant from Alabama State Council on the Arts.

ASHES & INK, a play in two acts by Martha Pichey–STUDENT PERFORMANCE

Are you looking for a meaningful language experience for your class? Something to spark discussions and something to write about? Book your seats today for the world-premiere production of

ASHES & INK, a play in two acts

by Martha Pichey

Directed by Caroline Reddick Lawson

A stirring story about grief, addiction, and a mother’s love.

Molly’s son is a talented actor who is preparing for an audition to a prestigious drama school. He is also a recovering addict. Can he beat his addiction and get into drama school at the same time? And can Molly’s relationships survive his anger?

Student performance reservations include an enrichment packet that will provide materials to prepare your students for the performance.
Please be aware that the play contains adult language and subject matter.

Seats for this FREE student performance will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are required.

Send your reservation for ASHES & INK to reservations@norasplayhouse.org. Please include the number of student tickets needed as well as the number of adult chaperone tickets needed.

For more information contact Lil Martin at (334) 868-9933.

Alabama State Council on the Arts logoMade possible in part by a grant from Alabama State Council on the Arts.

ASHES & INK, a play in two acts by Martha Pichey

ASHES & INK, a play in two acts

by Martha Pichey

Directed by Caroline Reddick Lawson

A stirring story about grief, addiction, and a mother’s love.

Molly’s son is a talented actor who is preparing for an audition to a prestigious drama school. He is also a recovering addict. Can he beat his addiction and get into drama school at the same time? And can Molly’s relationships survive his anger?

There will be a post-show discussion with Playwright and Director after this matinee performance.

Alabama State Council on the Arts logoMade possible in part by a grant from Alabama State Council on the Arts.