Where the Crow Flies
“Subtly written and excellently performed, Where The Crow Flies, In Motion Theatre Company’s touring production, is a lucid and compelling tale.”
All Edinburgh Theatre
Where The Crow Flies by Lisa Nicoll
Ostracised by the community she lives in, Carrie feels isolated from the world. Her husband is in prison for a crime he says he didn’t commit. Can she prove his innocence? All this seems impossible, until a new neighbour moves in next door. But is the incomer all that she seems?
Based on interviews and stories from women in Blackburn, West Lothian, Where the Crow Flies is a play about starting over, fighting for the truth, gaining trust and getting rid of the labels that are put on us.
18th-19th: Scottish Storytelling Centre
21st: Eastwood Park Theatre
25th: Bathgate Regal
26th: Paisley Arts Centre
2nd-3rd: Tron Theatre
Morton's production shows off the bonds that form between the oddest of couples as they learn how to survive together.
Carrie - Keira Lucchesi
Emily - Angela Darcy
Writer - Lisa Nicoll
Director - Beth Morton
Set & Costume Design - Jessica Brettle
Lighting Design - Malcolm Rogan
Sound Design - Beth Morton
Supported & Funded by Sense over Sectarianism, Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival and the Scottish Government.
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The important unsaid issues bubble at the surface and Nicoll resists the urge to give us a big reveal. Instead we get a far more subtle insight into the two characters and their unstable friendship.
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The fact that it is based on true stories of women’s lives gathered by Nicoll from communities in West Lothian gives the story a passionate, grounded quality, and offers a real sense of tragedy.