A Permanent Image
Full Length Play, Dramatic Comedy / 2m, 2f
Called a fusion between realism and the absurd, A Permanent Image is a tense exploration of the distance families put between themselves, and what it takes to bring them back together.
- Samuel D. Hunter is the recipient of a 2014 MacArthur "Genius Grant" Fellowship
Samuel D. Hunter is the 2012 recipient of the Whiting Award for Drama
"...a thought-provoking, raw examination of human nature that will leave you pondering it for days." Boise Weekly, Read More
"A Permanent Image IS great theatre!" Broadwayworld.com, Read More
"...Hunter uses a wacky, bizarre circumstance to tickle your theatrical muscle, and then good old-fashioned empathy to make you think about how you would react in the same circumstance. Truly, the appeal of this play is all in that tension." - Chicago Tribune, Read More
- Minimum Fee: $100 per performance
- Setting: The interior of a small, ranch-style house in Viola, Idaho.
- Additional Features: Multimedia
BO - Carol's son, mid to late thirties, male.
ALLY - Carol's daughter, early to mid-thirties, female.
MARTIN (on video only) - Carol's husband, Bo and Ally's father, early to mid-sixties, male.