It’s an exciting prospect, Helen Morse in a play by the great Caryl Churchill. The artistic director of the Melbourne Theatre Company Anne-Louise Sarks is presenting a Churchill double bill: first the 2021 What if Only with Alison Bell (which runs for just twenty minutes) in which a woman confronts the dramatic personifications of grief-laden and hope-shattering possibilities in the wake of the emotional catastrophes she has suffered.
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