By Simon Stephens
"When you close up your eyes and also you take into consideration your house, what do you think that about?"
Robert Evans is new to the police strength, and his enthusiasm for the case is keener than that of his cynical colleague Gary Burroughs. they're either trying to find a lacking baby. yet because the mom, Dr Anne Schults, desires to recognize, whilst does "missing" develop into "presumed dead"? Simon Stephens' new play is a disquieting portrait of the various lives which are united within the unmarried second it takes for a kid to disappear.
Praise for Simon Stephens:
"A significant new voice in British Theatre" - Scotsman; "Herons is stuffed with a feeling of life's staggering power. It offers with broken characters but is imbued with a poetic lyricism" - Guardian
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One Minute (Modern Plays) by Simon Stephens