'You've stopped fighting now and are standing beside me. Here we are. My twin, my friend, my me. All gathered to say goodbye.'
How do you say goodbye to your nemesis, your genesis?
Laura returns home for the death of her father, but Laura is now Mark. He, along with Gary and Sullivan, must decide on how he is remembered.
They must find a way to forgive, find a way to each other and find a way to recognise themselves again.
A beautiful, relentless and fiercely funny new play, exploring the delicate strength it takes to be all that is expected of you.
Supported by a research commission from Project Arts Centre.
|Dublin Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire||25 - 26 November 2016|
|Limerick Belltable Arts Centre||21 - 22 November 2016|
|Donegal An Grianán Theatre||18 - 19 November 2016|
|Outburst Queer Arts Festival Lyric Theatre, Belfast||15 - 16 November 2016|
|Kildare Riverbank Arts Centre||11 - 12 November 2016|
|Dublin Axis Theatre, Ballymun||8 - 9 November 2016|
|Cork Everyman Palace Theatre||4 - 5 November 2016|
|Galway Town Hall Theatre||1 - 2 November 2016|
|Dublin Theatre Festival on Tour Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray||9 - 10 October 2016|
|Dublin Theatre Festival on Tour Draíocht, Blanchardstown||7 - 8 October 2016|
|Dublin Theatre Festival Project Arts Centre||29 September - 4 October 2016|
|Galway International Arts Festival Mick Lally Theatre||9 July - 25 August 2016|