14 May 2009
A Mother Speaks by Judd Batchelor

A Mother Speaks by Judd Batchelor A Mother Speaks by Judd Batchelor

This powerful monologue deals with the devastating aftermath of gun crime seen through the eyes of the mother of 17-year-old Gavin Morris. She recalls her son’s birth and his first day of school, her fears as he grew up and started having girlfriends. She’s an ordinary woman, an ordinary mother, but then an appalling and senseless act changes all that.

Directed by Matthew Xia [In His Hands; The Blacks]
Produced by Simon James Collier [Elegies; The Smilin’ State; Purlie; Ruthless. A Mother Speaks]

Music: Excalibah
Graphic Design: Adam Dechanel/Angelic Inspiration Entertainment
Press and Marketing: The Okai Collier Company
Cast: Monique Francois (Mrs. Morris)

A Mother Speaks is at St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation & Peace on 14 May 2009, 7.00pm.

Address: St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation & Peace, 78 Bishopsgate • London EC2N 4AG
Box Office: events@stethelburgas.org 020 7496 1610
Ticket Prices: By Donation. Running time: 55 minutes. There is no interval.

For further information contact Simon James Collier: Email: simon@okaicollier.co.uk Telephone: 07947 338 704




Related Links

Interview with Judd Batchelor
Review of A Mother Speaks



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