Is it possible to lose your innocence at 70?
Rika and Edith, close and caring sisters, are about to discover a shocking truth about their past.
Can they adapt or will they now, after seventy years, become strangers?
A heart-warming play, set on a kibbutz in Israel in the early 2000s, that reveals the politics, rivalry, sweetness and sadness of the two sisters’ lives; two journeys that are inextricably entwined.
The plays of multi award-winning writer Gail Louw are performed in the UK and throughout the world.
Chris Taylor presents
Written and directed by Gail Louw
With Norma Cohen and Anne Kavanagh
“Gail Louw has written an exquisite play that will definitely resonate with anyone who's ever been part of a family” BROADWAY WORLD
“Standing ovation, full house, wild laughter, mountains of charm, what a wonderful evening” THEATRE 40 BEVERLY HILLS
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