Image by Work Art Life Studios and Black Photography
by Catherine-Anne Toupin
translated by Chris Campbell
Directed by Katy Maudlin
17 April – 20 May (Previews 17 – 20 April)
Q&A Session following performance on Thursday 3 May
Featuring Christina O’Neill, Olga Makeeva, Joe Petruzzi, Dushan Philips and Mark Wilson.
Set & Costume Design Emily Barrie
Lighting Design Richard Vabre
Sound Design Daniel Nixon
Assistant Director Harvey Zielinski
Stage Manager Liberty Gilbert
Assistant Stage Manager Sarah Strong
“Do you still find him seductive, Alice?”
“I beg your pardon?”
Right Now is a disquieting exploration of one woman’s crisis, lingering between heartbreak and joy.
As Alice and Ben settle into their new flat, they a discover a surprising connection with Juliette, Giles and François from across the hall. As reality shifts, passionate encounters and unsettling revelations are unearthed.
“I am here, on my own, all day. It’s so silent. Sometimes I think I…I imagine…I hear things. I am not mad but…”
Written by award-winning Québécois playwright Catherine-Anne Toupin, Right Now s a daring and darkly humorous thriller that surprises at every turn.
“It’s an all-too-rare theatrical experience…to remain surprised until the very end… continually and intriguingly destabilising.” – Evening Standard
★★★★ – The Guardian