Absence and Presence
Sometimes it takes a while for feelings to find form. Andrew Dawson's father died in 1985, a lonely, depressive widower. For ten days he lay at home before his body was found. His son has created a 70-minute play about this time. The British actor explores the conflict with the inner world of his helpless father and shows his own reactions, guilt, and pain at this turning point of his life. Realised and performed by Andrew Dawson in collaboration with Jos Houben and Graham Johston.
Archive :: production:T0950047344, play:S886273442, venue:V732