The Sag Harbor Express
by Annette Hinkle
For parents, the love of a child is absolute. But the issue of addiction has a way of testing familial bonds unlike any other, and when a child spends years struggling with addiction, over time even the most dedicated parent can find that love is conditional.
“Ashes and Ink,” Martha Pichey’s new play, explores just that by telling the tough love tale of a mother and son dealing with the ramifications of drug addiction. The action centers on Quinn, a young man who, after the sudden death of his father, has became addicted to crack cocaine, and Molly, the mother who is trying to save him. Read more...