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A father loses his daughter to a car. His response is to meet the loss with a colossal act of projection: the tree next to where she died he transforms into his girl. The man who killed the girl is a stage hypnotist. Since the accident, he's lost the ability to make a convincing suggestion. For the first time since the accident, these two men meet. They meet when the Father volunteers for the Hypnotist's act. An intricate story of loss and suggestion performed by two people: the playwright himself and a different second actor at each performance - an actor who will have neither seen nor read a word of the play they're in until they're in it. The 10th anniversary revival of this ground-breaking and Obie Award-winning production by one of the UK's most original theatre-makers. Running time: 70mins.Author Tim Crouch. Producer National Theatre. Director Tim Crouch. Director Karl James. Director Andy Smith.
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