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We'll Always Have Paris

A 45-year-old woman navigates the absurdities of online dating while attempting to rebuild her life after the death of her fiancé. Through tears and laughter, We'll Always Have Paris is a poignant exploration of modern love, grief, and self-discovery.

Dramedy

Finalist Best Play
Adam NZ Play Award, 2024

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Development Journey

R&D Workshop

2024

London, UK

GINNY:
     Life is a two-person job, is it not?
     On a primal level.
     Our basic instinct, to couple up.
     Magpies.
     Double beds.
     Else float in the middle of a vast, empty ocean.

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