19:45, Tue 26th – Sat 30th May 2015 at Corpus Playroom
Easter Week 5
Love is undeniably the most potent force known to humanity. The Ancient Greeks had many different words to describe its plentiful forms. Through seven of the most powerful words this compelling new play explores contemporary interconnected stories set in Cambridge.
Heart-warming moments demonstrate how love can keep a couple together despite age and sickness, or bind a family together unconditionally. Meanwhile, burning passion and love-sick intensity threatens to tear lovers apart and bring their lives to ruin. In moving scenes, one woman finds out if the mindfulness she teaches can actually help her through a silent crisis.
This riveting play reminds us of the importance of having empathy for humanity and how we are unified through our shared experience as human beings. The play has been written by a team of seven writers and was developed using a devising process.