Una and Ray haven't seen each other in fifteen years, not since the end of the affair. He's now a wary and wounded middle-aged man with a new life in a new town, and Una is, um, in her mid-twenties. Yes, that means she was twelve when their "relationship" ended. As vile as that appears — and it is more than an appearance, to be sure — playwright David Harrower hews a more complex... More >>>