Dates and Times
27 March 2014 to 28 March 2014 at 9pm
Presented by J. Fergus Evans.
This is an exploration. I want to tell a story – well, my family’s story. Some of it may be true and some may not.
There was a song my mom used to sing to me, which her father sang to her. It may have been Irish (that’s where he came from) or even American (that’s where I come from). Or possibly Scottish (weird, because none of us are from Scotland). This will be a collaborative journey into journeys, with help from Rhiannon Armstrong (The Loveliness Principle, In Eldersfield) and Hannah Jane Walker (The Oh Fuck Moment, I Wish I Was Lonely).
This performance is a work in progress.
Fergus Evans’ My Heart is Hitchhiking Down Peachtree Street appeared at Sprint 2013.
Praise for J. Fergus Evans:
‘A travelling troubadour’ – The Guardian
‘Gently perceptive… rich and unhurried’ – Total Theatre
‘Heartwarming and intimate’ – A Younger Theatre