Theatre (drama, new writing)

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A play in 10 short scenes. Henry and Kate are on holiday in a cottage on the Firth of Lorn. Henry is a poet. He has come here hoping to save his marriage. But each time he tries, he is relocated by the power of physics from one parallel universe to another, always looking for the one where his wife still loves and cares for him and won’t eventually leave. Someone has made Henry into Schrödinger’s Cat and the house into Schrödinger’s Box. And he’s not just simultaneously alive and dead, but everything in between as well.

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