The story of the end of our lives told in our youth. A collectively imagined autobiography about the unraveling of memory. A joyous physical theatre collage about clinging to the past and letting it go. From the same company that brought ‘I like it to Be a Play Every Afternoon’ to the Fringe in 2009. ‘evoke[s] complex psychologies, acute social mores, and distinctive relationships in fragments of drama, music and movement … an hour spent in good company.’ (ThreeWeeks). ‘Gentle satire with imaginative, sharp, intuitive performances by Jenny Greer and Sallie Merkel’ (EdinburghGuide.com).
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