-Written by Julie Hébert

Directed by Jessica Kubzansky

Music by Bruno Louchouarn

1) Aux Natchitoches - Opening ..
2) Jessalyn’s Swamp Blues .......
3) Jessalyn’s Swamp dreams ....
4) Jessalyn’s Swamp memories..
5) Didi’s Quest ........................
6) JJ’s Groove .........................
7) 3 Generations .....................
8) distant cajun memories ........
9) the end ..............................


“This Ensemble Studio Theatre-Los Angeles world premiere is beautifully produced [...] Every design element draws you in deeper, from Bruno Louchouarn’s original music to Leah Piehl’s striking costumes.[...] In TREE there is no true love without pain. Hébert suggests that real families are the people who know you well enough to push you into becoming someone new. Now there’s an idea to bring to the Thanksgiving table.” 
    Los Angeles Times
“Wonderful original music”
    Backstage West
“[Jessica Kubzansky’s] outstanding work is enhanced by Brian Sidney Bembridge’s scenic and lighting design and Bruno Louchouarn’s original music and sound design.”
    Reviewplays
“Bruno Louchouarn composed gorgeous original music, a combination of jazz, blues, and bluegrass, and created a sound design which incorporates bayou waves and almost inaudible whispers from the past.”
    StageSceneLA

© Copyright Bruno Louchouarn  2009

SCORE EXCERPTS

 

[Inside] The Ford. Nov. 7 - Dec.13

http://www.fordamphitheater.org

all tracks performed by Bruno Louchouarn

LA Times: CRITICS CHOICE      

LA Weekly: GO!                       

Ovation Recommended

“Familial bonds are seen as the roots of our spiritual essence as we strive to come to terms with self-identity and our emotional needs in Julie Hébert's hauntingly lovely new play, a seamless blend of lyrical reverie and kitchen-sink drama. Director Jessica Kubzansky eloquently illuminates the experiences of four vulnerable characters whose worlds are shaken up by an unexpected meeting. A remarkable cast and evocative designs beautifully support the play's incisive and deeply moving portrait of self-discovery and rebirth.”
Backstage West