That Part Is True
Part of the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival 2018
Performances: 02/24/18 at 12:15 pm & 03/03/18 at 6:30 pm
As a blizzard approaches, members of Safe House, a DC activists’ collective, are planning something big. Once snowed in together, the group discovers that one of their members is not who everyone thought. A great unraveling begins. How well can you know someone? In their high-stakes world, the answer can mean the difference between life and death.
Content information: Swearing or coarse language – frequent or intense, Sexual content – frequent or intense, Depictions of drug use – rare or mild.
About Madeline Farrington
Madeline Farrington is a DC-area playwright and actor. Her work has been featured at OpenStage DC, the Kennedy Center’s Page-to-Stage Festival, and the Thunderous Productions One Act Festival in the fall. Recent productions include scenes in Space Cadets (2017); Hardcore Normcore, as part of an upstart Sex-Ed Theater Festival (2016); Sketchy Comedy, as a collaborator on an all-women sketch comedy weekend at DCAC (2016); and Glory Us (2015) at The Fridge DC.
Madeline Farrington is a stage name that Kelly Canavan began using as a plot device in Glory Us. Kelly Canavan is also the author of McPherson Madness and Writing Miss Clark’s Resume, both performed in the Capital Fringe Festival; How Much Is Shipping, an entrant in the Maryland One Act Festival; and Woman Up, which was in the Midtown International Theater Festival.