Black Swan Theatre Company brings Signs of Life to the stage at the end of the month. The play traverses the worlds of two vastly different people who share uncertainty in the future and an uneasy connection with the past. Georgie Jutland hears noises out on the highway – car doors, voices, weeping. She’s recently widowed and spooked. After the longest wait, an Aborigine emerges from the darkness, seeking help. Can Georgie help? Should she trust him?
At the State Theatre Centre, previews on July 21 an 30, show runs August 1-18.