‘The grieving don’t forget, they never stop, they just bide their time… Your name’s etched on my heart.’
Stella’s come to Ibiza to avenge her sister’s death, but when she finds Jon-Rob, the man she’s been searching for, his honesty unravels the revenge fantasy that’s kept her alive all these years.
Performed at Theatre503, directed by Lydia Parker. Written as a Rapid Write Response to Theatre503’s house show The Life of Stuff by Simon Donald. Cast: 1 male, 1 female, approx. 10 minutes.
After the funeral of their friend, Gemma tells Kelly that she’s leaving too, tomorrow. They meet on the beach for a final farewell, but can Gemma leave with her secret intact?
A look at the friendships we make growing up, and the moment we get too big for the home we’ve known.
Performed at Theatre503, directed by Emily Agnew. Written as a Rapid Write Response to Theatre503’s house show Wild Horses by Nimer Rashed. Cast: 2 female, approx. 10 minutes.
I hope we make it through the rain
Julie had everything she thought she wanted, but then the Tsunami hit and ghosts are all she has left. Can they let her go? Can she forgive herself for committing the most heinous crime a mother can imagine?
A meditation on guilt and the place of women in the 21st century.
Performed at Theatre503, directed by Cecily Boys. Part of a platform produced by London Playwrights’ Collective. Cast: 1 male, 2 female, approx. 10 minutes.
The Last Request
Don’t the dead know everything?
Man and Woman are caught in a recurring dream where the memory of the lover they shared becomes their battleground. Who will win? Which relationship will matter the most?
A study of desire and betrayal, and the moment when three’s a crowd. Cast: 1 male, 1 female, approx. 10 minutes.
Published in BRAND Literary Magazine.