By Simon Stephens
19 May - 16 June 2018
"When you close your eyes and think about your home, what do you think about?"
A young girl has disappeared. On the case is Robert Evans; new to the police force, and his cynical colleague Gary Burroughs. But as the victim's mother, Dr Anne Schults, wants to know, when does "missing" become "presumed dead"? In a crowded city where everyone's a stranger, who do you look to for support?
Simon Stephens' play is a disquieting portrait of the many lives that are united in the single moment it takes for a child to disappear. Using state-of-the-art lighting and projection, each character gets the chance to tell their own tale of loss, longing and isolation in the modern urban sprawl.
"A slick revival"
"This gritty, inventive and emotionally-charged production is a real triumph for the Barn Theatre." ✭✭✭✭✭