A slice-of-life play about a mother & a daughter in the wake of their husband/father's death.
Helen is forty and Becca is fifteen when they lose their husband/father - now it's just the two of them.
'Helen' follows Helen & Becca's relationship over the next forty years - looking at what binds them together and the different ways they damage one another.
Maureen Lennon's play was shortlisted for the Theatre 503 International Playwriting Prize.
"Its execution lacks enough flare for it to have its own unique flavour. Instead we get a ready-made melodrama boiled in the bag."
"The play unfolds across a series of powerful but frustratingly brief scenes dwelling only on the most significant moments of the two women’s lives – some happy, but most, wrenchingly sad."