Asymmetry by Rick Robinson
Six lives. One night. Asymmetry chronicles the halting first steps of three fledgling relationships, as six damaged people fumble for intimacy and balance.
Sandy and Miguel struggle to recover what, long ago, might have become something beautiful; Julius and Priscilla reach out to each other, frantically seeking a way through the protective walls they’ve built around themselves; Maggie and Cody share an affliction, but fight against their very different views of life. Each of these broken relationships comes to a head in one night, in the same physical space, each couple unaware of the others even as their stories intertwine.
“…Robinson creates a perfectly balanced play about the imbalance that seems so painfully inherent in every relationship.”—Backstage West
“…Each encounter comes with layers of pain and new lacerations of the heart, but at least in one case, with the possibility of healing — and balance.”—Los Angeles Times
25th – 30th October 2011
Monday 24th October (Preview) 8pm
Tuesday 25th October (Opening Night) 8pm
Wednesday 26th October 8pm
Thursday 27th October 8pm
Friday 28th October 8pm
Saturday 29th October (Matinee) 2pm
Saturday 29th October 8pm
Sunday 30th October (Closing Night) 8pm