RIDE A WHITE SWAN
by Tom Kelly
The play is set today. Joe returns to the family home, after his divorce and has to share with his younger brother Mark, who has been living alone since the death of their parents. After years of being apart, they have to learn to live together and find that adjustment is difficult.
Mark has a passion for the music of Marc Bolan as a way of coping with a lack of parental love. Joe examines his marriage, parent’s lives and loves. The brothers bicker, drink and reflect on their lives, family and growing slowly and sometimes painfully closer together.
JOE In his forties, divorced and Mark’s elder brother.
MARK Early twenties and Marc Bolan fan.
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