We’re in Glasgow. Ciara is the cherished daughter of a mob boss. She escaped the life of crime for a life of art: she runs a gallery and champions local artists, especially one whose female figures loom over the gritty city like goddesses.
Mary Rawson will create this unforgettable character, and Pittsburgh artist Robert Qualters (who knows a thing or two about gritty cities) will create an unforgettable set of his painting… animated by filmmaker Joe Seamans.
January 27 – February 14, 2016
Javo Studios in Lawrenceville
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Starring Mary Rawson
Mary Rawson has appeared previously with Quantum Theatre in When the Rain Stops Falling, Therese Raquin, After Mrs. Rochester, Dark of the Moon, Richard II, Splendour, and Anna Karenina. A member of Playhouse Rep, she appeared in the world premieres of Gab Cody’s Prussia 1866, Amy Hartman’s Chicken Snake, and Tammy Ryan’s In the Shape of a Woman and FBI Girl. She appeared recently at the Pittsburgh Public Theater in True West, at City Theatre in Outside Mullingar, and for PICT Theatre in Blithe Spirit and Great Expectations. For her portrayal of Violet in The Playhouse REP’s production of August Osage County, she was honored as 2012 Performer of the Year by The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Mary currently teaches Acting in Point Park University’s Conservatory of Performing Arts.