by Colin Crowther, Mary Crowther
Short Play, Drama / 1m, 2f
They may be mother and daughter yet they are strangers to each other, still refusing to face what really happened that day.
They may be mother and daughter yet they are strangers to each other, still refusing to face what really happened that day. No wonder they cannot move on with their lives. It takes another stranger, Cassiel, a passing fisherman to help them disentangle the weeds that are drowning them.
But Cassiel is more than he appears...A hauntingly beautiful, many-layered tale of love and forgiveness, played out on an abandoned jetty.
- Minimum Fee: $45 per performance
- Time Period: Contemporary
- Setting: An abandoned jetty.
Fisherman: 40 plus, observant, imperturbable.
Stranger: 40, volatine but vulnerable.
Girl (voice only): 8, apprehensive.