An explosive, gripping and disturbing play about the phenomenon of False Memory Syndrome.
Winner of the 1997 Edinburgh Festival Critics’ Award
Anna Weiss is a hypnotherapist, specialising in revealing ‘lost’ memories. Under her care, twenty-year-old Lynn has begun to ‘remember’ a long history of sexual abuse by her father. When Lynn confronts her father, David, he protests his innocence vehemently – so are Lynn’s memories real or are they dark auto-suggestions?
Anna Weiss prompts intense speculation on our need for faith in each other, as we watch three lives plummet into an abyss of mutual mistrust.