‘The Memory of Water’
A Black Comedy by Shelagh Stephenson
Three sisters come together for their mother’s funeral. Their memories don’t match. Their attitudes are not appropriate. They all have problems, not least with each other. Their mother made them what they are, but their focus is not on the dear departed – more on the left behind.
Heart warming, troubling, sad, and uncontrollably funny, this play won the Olivier Award for Best Comedy when it opened in London in 2000. Linda Cowley directs a strong cast, most of whom have also worked together with the Taboo Theatre Company.
This adult play includes some strong language.
This amateur production of "The Memory of Water" is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD