Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 200

This collection of claustrophobic stage dramas begins with ‘Chalk for Cheese’, a play about guilt, loss and reconciliation between a father and son, with a distinctly peculiar resolution. ‘Stitching the Cherry’ is a three-act family drama, again centered on the unfinished business of guilt and loss, this time between two rival siblings. The third play, ‘Walking Through Wire’ is the only one to be staged to date (2014), and tackles the subject of homosexuality, both in Germany’s Belsen-Bergen concentration camp, and in Great Britain with code-breaker Alan Turing, during the Second World War. ‘This is a sharply acted, stripped-back play that lays bare some difficult questions about the barbarism of human nature,’ said the Camden Review.
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