Waiting at the Water's Edgeby Lucinda Coxon
A gripping drama of guilt and identity charts the fate of two girls, one local, the other fleeing from industrial south Wales. Both are employed as servants at a local great house where each girl develops a pivotal relationship with a member of the family. Questioning traditional notions of male/female and master/servant relationships, the play moves to a new understanding for the girls as they learn to lead lives independent of the roles mapped out for them by society. Waiting at the Water's Edge has been performed in London, the Ohio Theatre Space in New York, the Magic Theatre, San Francisco, and Cardiff.
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