Past Productions

Based on Cornelius Eady’s poem cycle, BRUTAL IMAGINATION presents a unique perspective on the notorious Susan Smith case, in a which a young mother insisted that an African-American man kidnapped her children, when she was responsible for their deaths.


Awards

Winners
Oppenheimer Award – Cornelius Eady
Nominations
Lucille Lortel Award – Brett Jarvis, Outstanding Sound Design

Brutal Imagination

December 18, 2001 - February 7, 2002

By Cornelius Eady
Music by Diedre Murray
Directed by Diane Paulus
With Joe Morton, Sally Murphy
Based on Cornelius Eady's poem cycle, BRUTAL IMAGINATION presents a unique perspective on the notorious Susan Smith case, in a which a young mother insisted that an African-American man kidnapped her children, when she was responsible for their deaths.

Awards

Winners
Oppenheimer Award - Cornelius Eady
Nominations
Lucille Lortel Award - Brett Jarvis, Outstanding Sound Design

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Sally Murphy and Joe Morton in BRUTAL IMAGINATION. Photo by Carol Rosegg.
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Joe Morton and Sally Murphy in BRUTAL IMAGINATION. Photo by Carol Rosegg.
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Sally Murphy and Joe Morton in BRUTAL IMAGINATION. Photo by Carol Rosegg.
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Sally Murphy and Joe Morton in BRUTAL IMAGINATION.Photo by Carol Rosegg.
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