Created and written by Donna Kay Yarborough
Developed with help from FringeLiveStream, Dr. Gail Yarborough, Jacob Morehead, and Matthew Fountain
“An enthralling exploration of the horrors of addiction and trauma…Simple in its execution, but with far greater depth than one might expect, Yarborough proves herself to be a masterful writer and performer with a great deal of promise. 4 STARS” –Nico Marrone, The Wee Review
“‘Rosegold’ is not a conventional horror story; Donna Kay Yarborough is so confident, she even mocks the clichés of the genre… an intense experience and essential viewing.” –David Cunningham, British Theatre Guide
“…this American tale may send you to bed with the horrors – both of the unknown which is in the darkness and that which constitutes addiction.” –John Chapman, 2ndFromBottom Review
“You’ve seen this kind of well-intentioned self-help testimonial at Fringe countless times before, and you can tell exactly where it’s going … until writer-performer Donna Kay Yarborough takes a sinister turn deep in the woods, tearing away the gossamer veil that separates our reality from the shape-shifting shadows lurking beyond the corner of your eye…fans of Stephen King, David Lynch and H.P. Lovecraft will find plenty to sink their canines into.” –Seth Kubersky, Orlando Weekly
“The beauty of Yarborough’s tale is how it blends the everyday with the philosophical with the spine-tingling. She hits the tropes of any good horror story head-on — and then turns them on their head….Unwanted feelings of darkness, pain and terror are not reserved solely to those who struggle with alcoholism, of course. But in a show as artful as this, they are welcome emotions to behold.” –Matthew J. Palm, Orlando Sentinel
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If you or someone close to you is having issues with alcoholism, do not be afraid to seek support. There is a list of resources at https://www.alcoholrehabguide.org/resources/