It is 1986. An estranged Sister and Brother meet at Victoria Station cafeteria. She is an Anglican nun, he a Rudolf Steiner pedagogue. Brought up in the Jewish orthodoxy, they converted to different forms of Christianity in their youth – an act that tore the family apart.
In the last 60 years they have hardly met. Now she has a secret that she knows will rock his foundations. Will it heal the pain of the past? Or will it force them further apart and destroy any hope of forgiveness?
“TESHUVAH is a joyous two-hander that pops with unexpected humour!”
- Pentilla Productions
Sunday 22 January 3pm
Author – Ric Edelman
Director – Simon Usher
Narrator – Honey Gabriel
Actor 1 – Allan Corduner
Actor 2 – Debbie Chazen
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