Dreamwell is proud to present Down the Road by Lee Blessing, directed by Nate Sullivan. Performances will be held March 24, 25, 31 and April 1 at 7:30, at Public Space One (120 N. Dubuque St., in the basement of the Wesley Center).

Pay What You Can night for Down the Road is Saturday, March 25th. Our goal is to make the performance accessible to anyone who wants to come. Online tickets can only be purchased at full price, so if you’re interested in taking advantage of Pay What You Can, make sure you come early to get your spot. The house will open at 7:00, with the performance starting at 7:30.

Reglar ticket prices are $13 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, and can be purchased at http://www.dreamwell.com/view-tickets/

Synopsis: Down the Road centers on a convicted serial killer and the husband and wife writing team hired to help him write an account of his crimes. The killer, Bill Reach, has admitted to the murders of nineteen women, but there may have been more. Over many weeks of interviews, the couple grow more and more uncertain of the ethics of what they are doing. Are they simply relating terrifying events, or are they helping readers consume rape, murder and mutilation as if they are consuming any other product of our society? Are they, in fact, helping to turn Bill Reach into a celebrity?

Iris– Karlē Meyers
Dan– Brian Tanner
Reach– Gavin Conkling