Produced by Firehouse Creative Productions and Theatre503
It’s Adam’s birthday and his fiancée Kayleigh is trying to remember him. She doesn’t need to think hard to find the laughs, joy and love. But it’s complicated. Eighteen months ago Adam died by suicide and she is struggling.
Kayleigh hunts through their shared past to reveal the story she never knew, peeling back the layers of their lives to find a truth – the only gift she can give Adam now.
In That Short Space explores the trauma of suicide (still the most likely cause of death for men under the age of 50) and its sustained impact on those left behind.
A finalist in the 2018 International Playwriting Award, Joel MacCormack’s timely debut play is directed with stunning theatricality by Nathan Curry and produced by Firehouse Creative Productions, returning to Theatre503 following the “poetic, honest, nuanced” (Simon Stephens) Soon Until Forever.
Joel MacCormack is a writer and actor from London. His first full length play In That Short Space was a finalist in Theatre503’s International Playwriting Award 2018. He was a member of National Youth Theatre’s ‘Write to Shine’ writers group for which he co-wrote Our Days of Rage for the Old Vic Tunnels.
His short plays include 90s Kid (Camden Fringe), Washed (Brighton Fringe) Sexy Buffting (Cockpit Theatre) and What We Are (Etcetera Theatre). He trained as an actor at RADA and has won a UK Theatre Award and Ian Charleson commendation for his work on stage.
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