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In writer Abi Morgan's new work for the National Theatre of Scotland, 27, we are offered a meditation on religious faith and the question of what the future may hold for any or all of us. The play finds its characters cloistered in a convent existence, the nature of their monastic minds the focus of a study brought in from the outside. A team of American scientists approach the nuns to see if they'll take part in a project on Alzheimer's and the process of ageing. It's a very particular study into the brains of the nuns after their deaths. It's a study of faith, love and miracles.Performers Maureen Beattie, Lesley Hart, Finn den Hertog, Molly Innes, Colette O'Neil, Ashley Smith, Benny Young.
Author Abi Morgan. Producer National Theatre of Scotland. Producer Royal Lyceum Edinburgh. Director Vicky Featherstone. Design Merle Hensel. Costume Merle Hensel. Sound Nick Powell. Music Nick Powell. Lighting Natasha Chivers.
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