Andrew Hungerford calls his show “a break from the high-energy insanity that permeates the Fringe. This play is quiet, thoughtful and intimate.” What if the world ended with a soft goodbye and the thought of what might have been? Would you walk through the door? Take a seat in the audience?
Hungerford’s piece offers two accounts of similar events and invites you to decide where the truth lies.
Hunger Warrior Theatre continues to seek theatrical surprises in unexpected spaces, having performed in a stairwell, a closet, in a fire-damaged basement and a bar. Oh, and twice at the renowned Edinburgh Fringe.
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