Following a traumatic experience, a young woman is rescued by her boyfriend and wakes up on a crowded hospital ward. There she finds much-needed comfort from an unexpected and welcome source of humanity. Kristi MacDonald stars in a new short piece from writer Uma Nada Rajah, who is herself working as a staff nurse for NHS Scotland during the current crisis.
Written by Uma Nada-Rajah
Directed by Beth Morton
Performed by Kristi McDonald
Scenes for Survival is a National Theatre of Scotland project in association with BBC Scotland, Screen Scotland, BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine project and Scotland’s leading theatre venues and companies, with support from Hopscotch Films.