Alexandra Wood’s innovative new play explores the deep and unruly waters of sisterhood. Fake sick days, Stonehenge, roller skates, champagne and glow-in-the-dark stars.
The Tyler Sisters is a funny, heartening exploration of time, and the unassuming moments that make up our lives.
Alexandra Wood's plays include The Empty Quarter (Hampstead Theatre), The Initiate (Paines Plough, winner of a Scotsman Fringe First) and an adaptation of Jung Chang's Wild Swans (Young Vic).
Abigail Graham is the director of the Lyric Hammersmith Ensemble and director credits include 31 Hours (The Bunker), Debris (Southwark Playhouse) and Molly Sweeney (Print Room/Lyric Belfast).
Alexandra Wood’s spirited story of modern womanhood reminds us that the blood-bond of sisterhood has hard edges
Engaging and well-crafted exploration of sisterhood and the passing of time
A quiet unassuming play full of heart and compassion
Three sisters live through 40 years in 40 scenes in Alexandra Woods’s enjoyable triple character study
Affectionate and antagonistic family tale told over four decades
Entertaining conviviality and relatable familial rivalry
Raucous celebration of sisterhood
This piece is a lighthearted and sharp exploration of the mind-boggling dichotomy of being a sister, and what this role brings
The intent is clearly there, but the spark is too feeble to start a fire
An avalanche of years