Mira and Wyatt possess tremendous chemistry. Like magnets, from one scene to the next, they attract and repel by a force seemingly bigger than themselves. Wyatt’s grip on her character’s world-shifting realization gives this relationship the gravitas necessary to pull the audience along to what feels like an inevitable climax while Mira’s impressive portrayal of Dr. Herbert grounds the relationship.
Truly an excellent exhibition of two gifted actors Jims’ razor-sharp writing keeps the audience intensely captivated throughout the fifty-five minutes of performance.
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A hypnotherapy session by Dr. Herbert (Esther Mira ) unlocks the memories of past lives lived by Ms. Clark (Lisa K Wyatt). Unforeseen to both, she recalls that she’s loved Dr. Herbert in a thousand past lives. She attempts to convince her of the truth of her memories. These claims feel ludicrous to Dr. Herbert and thus begins the struggle of perceived reality, fate, and Transference.