Pointillism, a one-act play, examines how singular events shape our lives, while exploring the role of divine intervention, faith, and forgiveness.
Beginning amidst loss and tragedy, college students Finley and Eloise fall in love. Six years later, they travel to Paris where Eloise plans to confront her past, unbeknownst to Finley. When Finley discovers her plans, he is force to consider how their relationship functions in a world that isn’t black and white, while Eloise gathers the courage to face her past.
Trigger warning: this production contains discussion of sexual assault, which may be triggering to some individuals.
|The Painter||Temyia Holcomb|
|Lighting Designer||Julia Corbett|
|Sound Designer||Harry Daley-Young|
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