Night falls, and after finally making it to the house in the woods a father tries to get his daughter out as quietly as possible, careful not to wake her other dad. But his plans begin to fall apart after he makes a shocking discovery: Someone's been sleeping in his bed, and now he might have to blow the house down... Alan Cumming stars in the sinister conclusion to Johnny McKnight’s darkly-comic three-part short, directed by Andrew Panton.
"I think at this time we find ourselves responding in so many different ways - bingeing box sets, absorbed in those books we never got round to reading, following every detail of the next development of this crisis, listening to our podcasts, going on that walk and really seeing the surroundings, putting on our favourite albums - and we do it to try and find some sort of familiarity or comfort in our stories. We go to stories in times of crisis. This is an opportunity to tell stories that either reflect, distract or shine a light on these unprecedented times. Keep safe."
Johnny McKnight, Writer
"We’ve always used storytelling to help understand our environment. At a time when nothing seems to make sense and every day we are grappling with new ideas, it’s vital that we use art and creativity to help us navigate the new. Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre are very proud to be collaborating on this project enabling storytellers from all over Scotland and beyond to unite in these strange times."
Andrew Panton, Director
Scenes for Survival Hardship Fund
The Scenes for Survival Hardship Fund is a fundraising campaign launched by the National Theatre of Scotland in association with the Federation of Scottish Theatre, the McGlashan Charitable Trust and leading Scottish Theatre organisations, to raise money for those in the sector who have been hardest hit financially and are experiencing drastic economic and emotional hardship.
All donations to this fund will go directly to provide support for those most impacted within Scotland, be they actors, writers, creatives, musicians, technicians or any others within our industry.
A sector-wide call out with information and details of how to apply for support from the SFS Hardship Fund will be was launched in August 2020. Applications to the fund closed on Friday 4th September. The McGlashan Charitable Trust are dispersing the money raised and will communicate funding decisions no later than Friday 9th October.
We would be grateful if you would consider making a small donation to the Scenes for Survival Hardship Fund. Thank you for your support.
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