In confronting our greatest fear we sometimes discover our deepest love.
John Everyman has been gifted a dog, which he considers an unwelcome intrusion into an otherwise ordered life. However, the demands of ‘owning’ one lead that life in directions he had not anticipated. In a compellingly human monologue that ranges from slapstick through to profound pathos, this gentle yet deeply moving contemplation of the meaning of life and love will send you out into the night with a sense of having journeyed to the heart of what it is to be human.
Of Ron Elisha’s recent work, London Theatre 1 said: ‘.. surprisingly wonderful.. effortless.. scintillating, subtle and intense.. an amazing story that captures your head and your heart and refuses to let them go. Fantastic!’
Content Warning: Assisted suicide
Directed by Denny Lawrence
Written by Ron Elisha
Performed by Dennis Coard
Image by Millie Levakis-Lucas
Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.
Aural Rating 100%: Entirely sound-based with no visual elements and can be fully experienced by blind or low vision audiences.