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The murder of a child can unite the entire nation in horror. But when the killer is a child herself it is incomprehensible. Jennifer Jones is such a child. Looking for JJ considers how she might feel, six years later, when she has been released from custody and is trying to make a life for herself, with a new identity. She has a life, people who care for her, a job, a boyfriend, a university course to look forward to. Can she ever forget the past though? Can people forgive her for what she has done? Can she forgive herself? Suitable for ages 11+ Running time 1 hour 30 minutesPerformers Suzann McLean, Melanie Ash, Davood Ghadami, Christina Baily, Louise Kempton, Rochelle Gadd.
Author Anne Cassidy. Producer Pilot Theatre. Producer York Theatre Royal. Producer Unicorn Theatre. Adapted by Marcus Romer. Director Marcus Romer. Music Sandy Nuttgens. Design Laura McEwen. Lighting James Farncombe. Design A.Friess (AV design for Pixelbox Ltd).
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