Stephen Ouimette directed this reading of a new play by Guy Van der Haeghe. Set in a hospital at the end of the first world war, a doctor struggles to cure the shellshocked men using his new treatment philosophy.
As usual, the readers act the parts, rather than simply reading them. Evan Buliung as Dancock was totally believable. Sarah Farb was great as a young woman in the hospital for an unspecified but hinted at condition. Karl Ang was impressive as the ghost.
A most enjoyable evening, and a play worth seeing as a full production.