One woman, five men. When Dan married his wife he knew he wasn't settling for a simple life and, even now, he keeps a wary eye on her. Duncan has never been one for easy pleasantries or loose morality. He's dying and it's really testing his patience. His day is made worse by the arrival of his daughter looking for forgiveness. Roy's first foray onto the internet struck pay dirt and tonight he finds himself face to face with a woman who shares his taste in pain. If Denis didn't ever have to meet his sister again it would be too soon but something in her phone call gave him no option. Abel is young and idealistic so it's no surprise that he's become a Child Protection Officer. One mother's reluctance to give him access to her son sets off Abel's alarm bell. May is the woman in their lives. She ties these men together but she's coming undone as a moment in her life is haunting them all. Sometimes chilling, frequently hilarious, Strangers, babies
, is the story of one woman's desperate attempts at a future.Performers Gillian Kearney, Liam Brennan, Garry Collins, Gavin Marshall, Iain Robertson, Sean Scanlan.
Author Linda McLean. Company Traverse Theatre Company. Director Philip Howard. Design Lisa Sangster. Music Pippa Murphy. Lighting Kai Fischer.