The Declaration of Love Project is an anthology of 11 short audio pieces written by North Carolina playwrights all inspired by the same writing prompt — “declaration of love.”
Episode 11, written by Thaddaeus Edwards is titled Always.
How do we encompass the ocean of love we feel for our child? Always is an ode to a parent-child relationship seen through a looking glass and reflected through a pane of love.
Declaration of Love is an Artist Soapbox production, co-produced by Aurelia Belfield and Tamara Kissane, and sound designed by David Hill.
Always was written by Thaddaeus Edwards
Directed by Aurelia Belfield
Performed by: Trevor Johnson (Dad)
If you’re eager for more audio fiction pieces by Artist Soapbox, be sure to listen to all 11 episodes of the Declaration of Love anthology and check out our full length audio dramas THE NEW COLOSSUS and MASTER BUILDER, available everywhere you get your podcasts.
Thaddaeus Edwards (Playwright, Always): Thaddaeus declares his love for Durham, NC, where he lives, daily. He has performed with Bulldog Ensemble Theater, Hidden Voices, Manbites Dog, Cape Fear Regional Theatre, among many others. Sharp-eared listeners have previously heard him as Lionel in Artist Soapbox’s Audio Drama production of Master Builder.
Trevor Johnson (Actor, Always): Trevor is a long time resident of Durham, NC and a native of New Bern, NC. He was in Everybody, Jump and Leaving Eden with PlayMakers Repertory Company, and has acted in various other regional performances. Trevor has degrees from UNC-CH and NCCU. He is a family man and home inspector who enjoys the outdoors and gardening. Trevor plays Dad in Always.
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