A subtle and menacing play about life after a terrorist outrage.
Scott and Michelle meet in a bar. On the other side of town, Neil returns home to find Clea still alive. But are any of them safe? Four separate trajectories. One single moment that will define them all.
Jane Bodie’s play A Single Act was first staged at Hampstead Theatre in 2005.
‘Hypnotic and powerful … this is a work of delicate force’
— The Times
‘Impressive structure … Bodie’s play is worth seeing as an attempt to dramatise the post-9/11 reality’