Category Archives: The Familiar

This Week At Eclectic Theater: The Sunflower Sisters! Coming Next Week: Not Too Late With El Sanchez!

The Sunflower Sisters by John Ruoff August 31-October 1, 2017 “The world premiere of John Ruoff’s drama of three Irish American sisters running a potato farm in 1935 Snake River Valley, Idaho, up against the bank, a blighted crop, and the … Continue reading

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Familiar Haunts-A Blog Message from the Playwright

Familiar Haunts By Rosemary Poole-Carter Where does a ghost story begin? For my new ghost story play, the answer is in familiar haunts—a coffee shop in Seattle, my bedroom in Houston, and a house with a past in New Orleans. … Continue reading

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