Decades after a family tragedy, Brooke is still struggling to move on from the trauma, but her soon-to-be-published memoir offers hope of finding closure. When she returns to Palm Springs for the holidays, her aging parents hesitate to give their blessing of the family exposé. A Pulitzer Prize finalist, this explosive drama digs up a past perhaps best left buried and draws a line in the sand between what we are willing to sacrifice for those we love.
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Sheila Ivy Traister
Sheila Traister is an award-winning actress with more than 35 years in the...
Sheila Traister is an award-winning actress with more than 35 years in the entertainment industry both on-camera and in theatre as an actor, director, writer/script consultant, coach, and educator. Most recently she directed ”For Colored Girls Who Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow is Enuf“ (5280 Artist Co-Op) and lent her vision to ”Arabian Nights” (Aurora Fox). She’s also in pre-production as director/script & story consultant for the feature film “Sleeping Dragon.” As an actor, she’s received Best Leading Actress Awards for “Sound of A Voice,” ”The Blue Room,” Martha in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” and critical acclaim as Sah Jin in “99 Histories and as Anita in “West Side Story.” As an educator, she created the acting department at CFS in 1999, taught Acting for Camera at DSA for three years and Acting and Directing for TV & Film at UCD.
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