In a remote English cottage by the sea, retired scientists Hazel and Robin are determined to grow old together as the world crumbles around them. Practicing yoga, tending cows, and rationing electricity, the couple does its best to live “normally” in the wake of a nuclear disaster. But their already precarious existence is challenged when Rose, a friend and former colleague, shows up after 38 years with a life-altering request. Kirkwood’s West End and Broadway hit raises big questions about culpability, and what we owe ourselves and younger generations.
“Grips compulsively . . . leaves you an abundance of ideas on which to ruminate.” Guardian
“A thought-provoking and haunting drama about legacies and how the past always catches up with the present." NY Daily News