19:30, Tue 7th – Sat 11th March 2006 at Homerton Auditorium
Lent Week 7
Written just prior to her death, 4.48 Psychosis is Sarah Kane's final work. Throughout her career, Kane explored the boundaries of theatre and 4.48 Psychosis pinpoints her most drastic move away from conventional form. Without any discernible, regular plot and with no defined characters, it is a challenging and interesting piece of theatre. Through an interminable number of voices we explore the inner realms of the mind, and more specifically, a mind attempting to cope with depression. The voices are numerous, the perspectives multifarious and the language wide-ranging. This production is filled with colour, with sound, with movement and with emotion. Come and be challenged by this interesting, truly exciting piece of theatre.