Plow
Sharon Clark

In the US a lone woman hits the road and starts to walk. In a matter of weeks she has covered four states. Nobody knows her name or her destination as she never utters a word. Is she an agent for hope in uncertain times or the harbinger of something ominous? As social media and the press fuels an ever-growing mass of followers, the end of her journey is in the hands of just one man.

You sure got people stirred up.

Ain’t you never heard of a bus?

You gotta walk all them miles?

Sharon Clark is Creative Director of the Bristol-based immersive theatre company, Raucous, where she has written and produced two shows for the company, The Stick House and Ice Road. She is a lecturer in writing for theatre at Bath Spa University and a resident of the Pervasive Media Studio. Her work has been produced at Bristol Old Vic, Theatre 503, the New Diorama, Theatre West, the egg (Bath Theatre Royal) and the Arcola and her work has been shortlisted for the PapaTango Prize and the Yale Drama Prize. She has written two short films, Stag and The Face He Created and is currently writing her first full-length film.

Plow was also shortlisted for the 2017 Papatango New Writing Prize.

 

11 Dec 2017

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