Perceval & the Grail
Perceval, a young and impulsive knight, travels through a wasteland kingdom of strange warriors and damsels. On his way he meets the great King Arthur and the wise wizard Merlin and enters the mysterious Grail Castle. Befriended by the sorceress Morgana he unravels the meaning of the Grail. Set in ancient Britain, this play about the world's greatest myth will excite and inspire listeners young and old. Up until now the Grail Quest has been consistently misunderstood but, in this fresh new re-telling, we shed the shroud of mystery and begin to discover that it's theme is as important today as it was when first told many centuries ago. INCLUDES AN INTERVIEW WITH THE AUTHOR. WRITTEN & PERFORMED Diana Durham FEATURING Joel Colodner and Scott Reiner DIRECTOR Donald Tirabassi PRODUCTION & SOUND DESIGN Jonathan Guilbert COVER DESIGN Trev Stair Based on Chrétien de Troyes' poem 'Perceval: the Story of the Grail.' Translated by D D R Owens in the 1991 Everyman edition of 'Arthurian Romances'. story © Diana Durham 2011 sound © Gandy Dancer Productions 2011 all rights reserved.