Never None but She
From Myriam Ramsey:
Below is a review of Dyan Rizzo Busack’s play from the Fringe festival in Scotland. The play is called Never None but She. Dyan is a young Subud member who wrote and directed a play for the Fringe festival in Edinburgh Scotland. Fringe is the largest ticket selling event in the world except for the Olympics. 4,000 plays and events. Two Subud members had events. I only saw Dyan’s and it was lovely:
A simple semi-magical set; poetic imagery; engaging music; a feminist message without being preachy, and which expands to cover many other issues where people can make a difference; and a hopeful ending. Definitely recommended.
About the play:
‘Once upon a time, a girl saw every star in the sky disappear.’ As folktales collide with modern day, Pan, Lilla and Tansy find themselves immersed in darkness. They struggle to start down an unworn path and rewrite their endings. With their lives intertwined, they learn to depend on each other and their own inner power, transforming themselves and the world beyond their imagination. Embark on an adventure of resilience. Of dark days and bright nights. Of sowing planets and sewing stars in the sky. Generations of hurts and hopes merge in this tapestry of tales.