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Gods are Fallen and All Safety Gone

Gods are Fallen and All Safety Gone

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Gods Are Fallen and All Safety Gone is an intimate portrayal of the mother-daughter relationship, with all of its nuances and complications.

The play traces the bond between a mother and daughter through a series of repeating and shifting conversations. On the surface these interactions appear mundane, but ultimately reveal both the tension and affection at the foundations of such a relationship. In this two-person play, mother and daughter are forced to face each other, and thus face their innermost selves.

Rose on a Rail Theatre are delighted to present their new production of Selma Dimitrijevic’s subtle, yet devastating, play.

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By Selma Dimitrijevic

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