No theatre challenges theatrical form and shape quite as fiercely as the Young Vic, reinventing itself with every production staged there. It's not just the configuration of the auditorium, which changes from show to show, but also the bold interventions and inventions of staging techniques.
Juliet Stevenson stars in the London premiere of Arthur Kopit’s illuminating play, directed by Natalie Abrahami. A woman who once walked on the wings of aeroplanes experiences a severe stroke and struggles to make sense of her world. Fragments of intangible memories replace old certainties and relationships: sensory overload. Originally a radio play written in response to his father’s stroke, Arthur Kopit’s Pulitzer-nominated drama traces a search for understanding in a bright and cacophonous new world.