Blue Sky: a play by Clare Bayley

Photo Courtesy of Phil America

Opening January 28, 2016 at CAM Raleigh

"So, I was driving down this country road, right next to the runway. All the cow parsley was in flower, the swallows were skimming through the trees, there was a clear sky, the light was beautiful, kind of violet - and suddenly I heard this roar."
-Blue Sky

CAM Raleigh presents the US premiere of Blue Sky, a play by Clare Bayley, co-produced by Burning Coal Theatre Company and CAM Raleigh, funded in part with an Innovation Grant from the City of Raleigh Arts Commission. This funny and troubling play is about a photographer who inadvertently snaps a picture of something he shouldn’t have. Directed by Gus Heagerty, Blue Sky marks CAM Raleigh's first theatrical production and features artwork by Derek Toomes and an accompanying exhibition, super-vision with artwork by Toomes, Kevin H. Jones and Chris Cassidy.

Starting January 28th, performances at CAM Raleigh on Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2 PM.

CAM Raleigh has a parking lot located adjacent to the museum at the corner of W. Martin Street and West Street. Parking is also available on the surrounding streets. Please make note of the limitations specified on parking signs.

More information about Blue Sky and Burning Coal Theatre Company

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Blue Sky image: jet airplane in front of blue sky

Image courtesy of Burning Coal Theatre Company

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