By Lulu Raczka
Directed by Robyn Winfield-Smith
20 – 25 June, 7:45pm
“See, really, it was my sister who could tell stories…”
Grey Man is a one-woman show – played by two women. Same words – different story.
Haunted by her past, Maya is a 50-year-old woman compulsively returning to the site of a terrible family tragedy to re-tell the stories of her childhood…
Filled with possibility for her future, Maya is a 25-year-old woman returning to her family home to help her sister recover from a debilitating mental illness…
A bold theatrical experiment, Grey Man is a thrilling exploration of how our perspective can completely reshape the world around us. Two women, one half the age of the other, take wildly different paths in response to precisely the same events in this powerful short play about the stories we tell to get through life…
@RENDProduction / #GreyMan
By Kathryn O’Reilly
Director: Sarah Meadows
28 June – 23 Jul, 7.45pm (Sundays 5pm)
£15/£12 (Pay What You Can Sundays)
Ticking time-bombs Luce and Charlene are 30-something binge-drinking soul mates. They clock in after heavy a night out on the tiles, popping caffeine pills and downing miniatures on the factory floor, boasting about last night’s sexual conquests.
When you’re living for today it’s hard to think about tomorrow.
A gripping and hilarious portrait of a dysfunctional friendship… This powerful play is a debut drama from Kathryn O’Reilly, directed by Sarah Meadows, and produced by Maeve O’Neill.
@screwedanewplay / #screwedplay
KOR Productions are also offering educational workshops on the themes of #screwedplay. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or booking enquiries.