I Think We Are Alone
Watch this anthological composition of plays, each of which, showcases the human tendency to yearn for love and longing. In a show that can be described as funny and bittersweet, I Think We Are Alone will leave you wanting for more.
Why Watch I Think We Are Alone
Come and watch this show, rather a series of stories that aim to uncover every human’s earnest emotion to crave connection and love. I Think We Are Alone covers the stories of two sisters who are estranged and bitter, yet find themselves in need of one another; Josie is conflicted between holding onto her son Manny and letting him go and live his dreams. Dark thoughts consume Graham’s heart and when a person returns a favor of kindness to him, he sees a glimmer of hope.
Directed by Kathy Burke and written by British screenwriter Sally Abbott, I Think We Are Alone is a tale of how every human seeks a meaningful connection. The play is set in the 21st century, where the theme is becoming increasingly relevant. Stunning performances by Chizzy Akudolu and Andre Turner whose portrayal of Josie and Graham respectfully, pulls on the heartstrings and reaches out to audiences.
Family | Lovers of Life
Know Before You Go
The performance contains content that some viewers may find disturbing
To be confirmed
Suitable for audiences aged 14+
BSL Interpreted Performances
Captioning & Live Subtitling
Theatre Royal Stratford East has a seating capacity of 460
Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly
Strict Cancellation Policy
This experience cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.
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