by Sarah Kane
The anti-play play that changed modern theatre forever with its lyrical, fractured text, pauses that last a page, repetition that cycles round and round.
A beautiful and ugly exploration of mental health and suicide.
Physical theatre at its finest.
At the Halifax Fringe, Dartmouth Commons September 2020
On tour through Nova Scotia October 1-4, 2020 to Wolfville, Lunenburg, Chester, Truro and Dartmouth
All performances outdoors.
Audience are requested to bring: something to sit on (chair or blanket) and a mask for ticket control. Once you have been shown to your zone, you are free to take your mask off. Zones may accommodate up to 10 people.
Tickets Pay What You Can (suggested $20)
Watch this space for details on dates, locations and purchasing tickets.