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The Memory of Water
(Dramedy)

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FOR SURE NEED TO HAVE

Three sisters, three separate lives, three different memories

A Tragic Comedy


The Memory of Water written by
Shelagh Stevenson

Directed by Tony Torrisi

Presented by Promenade Players Theatre Company

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Runs
Fri, Jan 09 – Sun, Feb 15
Friday, Saturday 8 pm
Feb 15, Sunday 3 pm (Only Sunday Show)


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Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.

The Promenade Playhouse
1404 3rd Street Promenade
Santa Monica, CA  90401
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(323) 960-7785

Three sisters; Teresa, Mary and Catherine, come together before their mother's celebration that she is dead, each haunted by their own demons; in which the play focuses more on how each sister deals with the death and how it directly affects them. The three each have different memories of the same events, causing constant bickering about whose memories are true. As the three women get together after years of separation, all their hidden lies and self-betrayals are about to reach the surface.
A theme of the play is, eponymously, memory. The sisters' memories interact with each other, and show that despite synchronicites of time and place they cannot agree upon one unifying experience. This is echoed in Vi's final speech, which portrays Alzheimer's disease as being adrift among a series of islands of your own identity. The sisters drift around their own islands of memory, unable to agree on one particular point, and yet are unified by their familial bond (Vi comments that "some things stay in your bones").
The play exhibits the trinities of time, place and character present in a tragedy, as the play seems to take place at one time, in one space and without change in the characters' o