The War Play

In a play that blurs lines between the real and the imaginary, playwright Philip Braithwaite searches for answers about his great uncle, Jack Braithwaite, who was in the First World War. What he uncovers is a truth that has been locked away for nearly a century. Across several generations, spanning from Dunedin to halfway around the world, two men's lives become inextricably bound.

"Suddenly you're scared. Then you realise something: you've been scared the whole bloody time and you didn't even know it." - Jack