Powerful telling of a story from the silence
Theatre: Postscript. Everyman Theatre, Cork. Directed by Conor Hanratty. Run concluded. Rating: ****.
Postscript is an autobiographical story of one woman’s search for her identity. Noelle Brown, who co-wrote the script and performs in this production, was born into a mother-and-baby home in Cork in the mid-1960s and adopted shortly after.
Postscript opens as the 35-year-old Brown begins to take the first tentative steps in piecing together the jigsaw puzzle of her family history. Rather than depicting herself on stage, Brown assumes a persona in...
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