Tomorrow, Under Snow
A play about guilt, blame and abuse
If you try to silence me, I’ll scream this house down.
Last night three thousand people were murdered. Manfred is holding the gun. This is his chance. Seventy years later, Alicja is coming home. Back to the scene of the crime. Nothing will stop her this time, nothing can stop the truth.
Tomorrow, Under Snow is a furious storm of guilt, blame, and abuse, about history, populist politics and modern antisemitism.
What if you can’t change? What if you’re not who you thought you were? Set against the rising tides of populist politics across Europe, Tomorrow, Under Snow asks what can we learn from history and what do we still have to learn about ourselves.
Developed for Fire Exit’s Pyromania bursary programme with Tron Theatre and support from Playwrights’ Studio Scotland and Take Me Somewhere. Funded by The Bridge Awards and Creative Scotland.
Written by Andy Edwards
Developed with Fire Exit
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Tomorrow, Under Snow is being presented as a script-in-hand reading on the 28th May 2019 as part of Tron Theatre's Mayfesto 2019. Book your tickets here.
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