Camille Claudel was a sculptor and artist who trained with Rodin, who let her down and spent years confined to an asylum by her brother. In this play we are led to imagine her at the end of her life, still in the asylum, flooded by her memories. This is a beautiully acted piece with some stunning visual imagery which in the end just fails to bring the story to life. We are left haging amidst a jumble of disjointed imagined half-memories which, in the absence of the programme notes, would have been near unintelligable unless you had studied her work and life.
A very talented actress and musician, but not a succesful piece of theatre.