Julian Meyrick helms Will Eno's dark existential comedy about neighbours, at Red Stitch
Will Eno's 2012 play is an attempt at something more naturalistic from the writer known for dark, absurdist works like Thom Pain (based on nothing) and Title and Deed.
Time Out New York wrote of the play's Broadway debut:
"Whether or not you share Eno’s severe, brittle and frankly despairing view of existence, there’s much to savor: the dry but meaningful banter, the joy of humans sharing time and space, battling the darkness with a joke or silence. Life in Enoland isn’t what you’d call realistic—it’s more real than that."
The production will feature Red Stitch ensemble members Ella Caldwell and Sarah Sutherland alongside guest actors Neil Pigot and Justin Hosking.
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