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A dark, funny and heartfelt one-act play

The Last Time I Saw Caileigh explores queer erasure through the lens of an unsolved mystery. 

When Caileigh Richardson goes missing, the three people closest to them point fingers at one another, and at the ever elusive “system”, as they recount their last few days with Caileigh and try to uncover what happened to them. It asks questions about gender, who we hold accountable for injustice... and fish sex changes.

The piece was devised collaboratively by a small ensemble at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. After a successful premiere in New York City at the start of 2024, the company invite their audience to stay after the performance for a brief conversation about the themes of gender and identity addressed in the show, and to hear how the material resonated. 

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