Mark Ravenhill's 2015 drama follows three women grappling with the physical and emotional realities of advanced cancer. More…
As the women wrestle with the limitations of their own thoughts and belief systems on life and death, a new perspective on their mortality and immortality emerges from a deeper eternal inner wellness.
See it if “We are the stories we tell” to cope with fear, devastation and survival. Unique interactions that “cross over the line”. Spooky.
Don't see it if You aren’t up for intense conflict at the borderline between life and death. You don’t like monsters and ghosts. You want clarity.
Also 60 shocking powerful minutes. Great climax!
See it if You're up for an emotionally intense, affecting & raw but ultimately cathartic drama about cancer with an unusually brilliant female cast.
Don't see it if No reason not to, unless honest & heartfelt emotion onstage disturbs, cancer is too close or recent, or you really need a linear timeline.
See it if You would like to see an non linear play about cancer.
Don't see it if You are looking for a linear play with a plot.
Also There’s a lot of “ACTING “ with overwrought direction.
See it if You enjoy somewhat non-linear plot lines or shows that can be taken extremely figuratively
Don't see it if You do not like heavy subject matter or difficult scenarios. This show carries a lot of emotion