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BY SAMANTHA MITSCHKE
(ROSEMANY BRANCH THEATRE)
Knowing them only by their faces, three characters discuss the bond between them in their past, present and future while struggling to understand the desire and sex which draws them together. Individually each character endeavours to keep emotionally detached, while between them, they strive to gain the power in the complex relationship forming. A dark Pinteresque play, questioning the concept of relationships and challenging the idea of love.
Part of An Evening of Sex & Death in the Branching Out Festival.
Lighting Design: Christopher Nairne
Sound Design: Philip Anderson-Dyer
Photography: Elyse Marks
Settled by Samantha Mitschke (Rosemany Branch Theatre): News
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