"They’re all so special. Individuals. Am I the only one that sees that? Do they see that? Of their own mother I- No. I shouldn’t think like that, ask certain questions..."
Set in the waiting room of a care home for the elderly, Condolences is a three-person play that questions what it means to care for someone else and care for yourself. Inspired by the writing of Caryl Churchill, this short and fast-paced piece portrays the different sides of grief. Expect to question your relationships with death and ultimately, your relationship with life.
"People are, well, just people I suppose. No. Weird. People are weird."