New York City
In a small coastal village in Northern Ireland, three local women reluctantly join Marin (an outsider and an artist) in mourning the death of her husband. Everyone is there for a reason, and each has a bloody good reason not to be there. With mythical echoes, Strandline turns a sharp eye on small-town social and economic realities. A richly comic, searing drama by Abbie Spallen, one of Ireland’s most exciting playwrights and winner of the Stweard Parker Trust Award and the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize.