Set in an ethereal and atmospheric “nowhere land,” agrandmother and her granddaughter are tasked with patching ahole in the border. As they weave it closed, two women appearon the other side, hoping to get through. The women mustcome face to face with each other as opinions change andloyalties switch.‘The Net’ looks to challenge prejudice and preconceived ideasabout refugees and the plight of people displaced by armedconflicts. It brings a new dimension to the age-old story of warby placing women at the centre, while exposing how utterlyfoolish the divides we create are. An ensemble piece that aimsto highlight women of all different backgrounds and ages - from16 to 70 - the play uses the personal stories of these fourwomen and their interactions with each other to interrogate larger political themes, and the story of The Net is recognizablein any and all nations currently in conflict on their borders.
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