From the pen of the Pulitzer Prize winning author comes a tense thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat.
Miss A is visiting psychic John because she wants to contact her dead mother. But is John all that he seems, are Miss A’s motives as pure as she says and what is the true meaning of the shawl? The play twists and turns, scams and deceives right to the very end!
David Mamet is one of the world’s most acclaimed playwrights with plays such as Glengarry Glen Ross, Speed the Plow, Boston Marriage and Oleanna.
The Shawl is a miniature masterpiece, described by respected critic Michael Billington as a “wonderful play” and will continue Rapture’s tradition of presenting the very best of modern American theatre.
Enjoy great company, a light lunch and a classic short play!
Please note that lunch will be served at 12pm in the café and the performance will start at 1.00pm in the Studio Theatre “Rapture Theatre find the winning recipe for lunchtime theatre “ – The Scotsman
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