Thursday, Friday, & Saturday @ 8:00 pm, Sunday @ 2:00 pm, April 29-May 16
The Santa Fe production is the third-to-date for Relative Good, which had its Canadian premiere in 2008 at the Centaur Theater in Montreal, directed by the playwright. Gow’s other plays include Bea’s Neice (about a female novelist sequestered in a mental hospital) which was produced in 1999, and Cherry Docs, which premiered at the Factory Theater in Toronto in 1998. Cherry Docs, which concerns a neo-Nazi skinhead charged with murder who is defended by a Jewish lawyer, has been produced in Poland, Germany and Israel. Gow, born in 1964, has also written Do You Have a Moment?, The Flight of Peter Pumpkin-Eater, and The Friedman Family Fortune.