A career of horrible-gentle and violent-funny work comes to a close with Sarah Kane's magnum opus, written on the eve of her tragic suicide. In it she tells the inner drama of a mind at the point of combustion. In her hospital room she becomes patient, disease and doctor. She is the Victim of unending cruelties, and her pain knows no limit. She is the Perpetrator of every violence and delivers each blow with a smile. She is the Bystander to her own suffering, deaf to her own shrill screams. At the edge of her death, Sarah Kane teaches us what it means to be alive.
by Sarah Kane
directed by James Rutherford
featuring Emily Gleeson and Lizzie Vieh
with design by Oona Curley
Performs in repertory with Franz Kafka's LETTER TO MY FATHER:
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