Steep Theatre has a propensity for three things: British speaking angst, solid ensemble acting and multi-layered messages – consistently thought-provoking, not always completely decipherable.
Steep Theatre presents Making Noise Quietly. Three separate stories unfold in three different vignettes. The interconnecting subject matter is war, strangers, and pain. The overarching theme is casualties of war. Two strangers have a random encounter. A military man delivers news to a mother. A vagabond and his son befriend a rich woman. Three chance meetings lead to a lingering aftermath. Making Noise Quietly is a triple play of naked humanity.
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