Inspired by actual events, FROZEN by Bryony Lavery is an intriguing engaging study into the mind of those destroyed by traumatic events. FROZEN won a British Best New Play Award and was nominated for a 2004 Tony Award for Best Play.
Ten-year-old, Rhona is sent to her Grandma’s to deliver garden shears, but she never gets there and she never returns. After this tragic event, her mother, Nancy, remains in a frozen state for twenty years. Meanwhile, Agneatha, an American psychologist who has devoted her life to studying sociopathic serial killers is traveling to England to interview Ralph, Rhona’s convicted killer. Ingrid, Nancy’s oldest daughter, convinces Nancy that in order to move on with her life, she must forgive Ralph. However the consequences of this forgiveness are extremely surprising.
Isis Productions presents FROZEN, directed by Neill Hartley starring Kirsten Quinn, Allen Radway, and Renee Richman-Weisband. Performances run at the Walnut Street Theatre Studio 5 in Philadelphia.
The preview performance is on Thursday, March 8th at 8 PM. Opening night is Friday, March 9th at 8 PM. Shows from March 8th (preview), Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 PM and Sundays at 7 PM for 16 performances through Sunday, April 1st. Tickets are available at: www.isisperforms.com,