15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Having performed part of this play for my A level performance a few years back I feel inclined to advise anyone with interests in theatre or anyone who is related to or knows anyone with a disorder like Verity's to read this play. It is not a case study (as shown through five differant Verity's) and can be related to a number of differant experiences. It is bold yet sensitive Olwyn Wymark didn't feel the need to sugarcoat any of the events (as this was based on a true story) and the result is provocative and touching. You haven't lived till you've read this play.