Low in the Dark
A mother and daughter bicker over who has just given birth. A couple discuss building walls and baking buns in the oven. A man gets pregnant.
Marina Carr's witty and absurdist play Low in the Dark dismantles the myths of motherhood and exposes the sexism of language and religious imagery.
It was first staged by Crooked Sixpence Theatre Company at Project Arts Centre, Dublin, in October 1989.