Sarah Kane's 4.48 Psychosis is a humane and candid account of a mind preparing to shut down. The play examines on the thoughts of a suicidal woman diagnosed with pathalogical grief. 4.48 Psychosis is Sarah Kane's fifth and final play which epitomizes her dark humor, simplicity and freedom from traditional theatrical form. The play focuses on the progession from darkness into light, from pain into love, and from life into death. Collaboratively directed by the actors involved; Rachel Wood, Julian Sapala, Michael Jefferson and Emily Ciotti. The performance is a naturalistic interpretation of her work focusing on the theme's that Raw Theater Group believe are the driving forces behind Sarah Kane's work- Love, hope and survival.