Curve of Departure is a beautiful, serio-comic play about four people searching for what Home means, along with each of their respective legacies. This story unveils what an American Family looks like today, and how families are sometimes made in unexpected ways.Felix and his partner Jackson are just scraping by in Los Angeles, so when Felix's estranged father passes away, they barely get the money together for plane tickets to the funeral in Santa Fe. They can't afford their own hotel room, so they share a room with Felix's mother, Linda, and his grandfather, Rudy. The foursome is preparing for tomorrow's funeral of Cyrus-Rudy's universally loathed son, Linda's estranged husband, and Felix's father. It's a play about the moments of deciding how much you will give to those you owe nothing to.
Ages: 16 and older
News About Curve of Departure at Chapel Theatre Collective
Chapel Theatre Collective Closes Season with CURVE OF DEPARTURE by Rachel Bonds
May 07, 2019
Chapel Theatre's resident theatre company, Chapel Theatre Collective(CTC) presents its third/final show of their inaugural season, the Northwest Premiere of Curve of Departure by Rachel Bonds, May 10-25, 2019. Directed by CTC's Co-Artistic Director Danielle Weathers, and starring Robert Barr, Shelley B. Shelley, Blake Stone and fellow Co-Artistic Director of CTC, Illya deTorres.