Forces of the past and present collide in this biopsy of the interactions between private and public lives, between Church and secular values, and of the characters’ prospects as they try to make up for lost time where there’s no space left for the truth.
|Publication date||1 Apr 2002|
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Ghosts (After Ibsen)
In this freely adapted version of Heinrik Ibsen’s Ghosts (1881), Thomas Kilroy bravely examines ways in which the sins of a father are visited on children in a family frightened by ghosts. ‘There’s life that isn’t life at all.’