See it if you want to be in the mind of a woman who suffered a horrifying sexual assault. The pain is presented intensely.
Don't see it if you want to learn how the woman has learned to carry on or to put the assault into a broader societal/international context.
See it if You want to see a unique story about two of the most personal experiences this woman is likely to ever have. Darkly disturbing.
Don't see it if You're not prepared to confront some really serious issues on a deeply personal level. This show meanders a bit but it's uniquely told.
“Sinha has written a truly harrowing piece of theatre, a play all the more remarkable for being her first…Though presented in a chopped-up chronology, there’s nothing fuzzy about Sinha’s narrative, and everything rings true in its heartbreaking uniqueness. It all feels deeply personal...Director Alan Dilworth provides a stylish but sensitive staging for a story of violence against women. He keeps the tension high throughout…The whole package impresses thoroughly.”