Can you trust what you see from your window?
Ann is a recluse. She lives alone in a block of flats, addicted to watching her neighbours’ lives. When a new tenant and his daughter move in, Ann looks on as usual. But when her new neighbour insists there is no little girl staying with him, Ann's curiosity turns to obsession. A dark fuzz keeps blurring her vision, which is rapidly deteriorating. Are her eyes just playing tricks or is an actual wrong being done across the way?
This resonant and powerful play explores a predicament that haunts us all; just how alone we can really be in the midst of this crowded city. From the offbeat brain of one of Australia’s most exciting playwrights, Dangerous Lenses is a taut thriller that questions if you really can trust what you see.
Age Guidance 12+
A sharp account into the effects of loneliness, manic behaviour, and the determination to save an innocent child, whatever the cost