Grief affects everybody in a different way. This play is Hannah Moss’s story of dealing with the loss of her father from cancer. To emphasise the fact that she could not talk about this tragedy, the play has no spoken words.
The production has been created and is performed by Hannah with help from her friend David Ralfe, who plays both her mum and dad. With the aid of simple props, background music and white boards the story of Hannah’s father is told with humour, affection and sadness. It then looks at how Hannah deals, or doesn’t, with this loss and the impact on her mother.
A novel production with excellent performances from both Hannah and David. There are lighter moments and even laughter during the play but you are likely be leaving the theatre with tear in your eye.
The performance deserved a bigger audience then the eleven who attended.