Owen and Sarah haven’t seen each other in two years. She needed to think, to decide – things have been hell for her since Owen’s highly publicised crime and subsequent arrest, and simply being married to him has put a target on Sarah’s back. But after loving him for over fifteen years, how can she let go? And how can she reconcile the heinous act he committed with the person he used to be?
Moving across multiple timelines to showcase the best and worst times in a couple’s life, For a Brief Moment and Never Again Since explores the consequences of crime and incarceration on both offenders and their loved ones.
Judi Amato, Writer & Producer
Judi is a multi-medium writer engaging primarily with dramatic writing, prose and poetry. The characters' humanity and how they relate to one another is always at the forefront of Judi's writing, as she uses interpersonal relationship as a starting off point to explore a variety of themes such as grief, mental illness and queer love amongst others. A trained performer enamoured with all things theatre, she spent the last few years gaining experience in different sides of theatre such as dramaturgy, directing and producing in order to be both a self-sufficient artist and a valuable collaborator to others.
Lisa Millar, Director & Dramaturg
Lisa is an experienced acting coach and director and trained at the prestigious London School of Musical Theatre. She has directed a variety of genres and taught in some of the UK’s leading performing arts colleges including, Arts Ed, Urdang, Trinity Laban and The Royal Academy of Music. She is passionate about outreach and youth work.
Recent theatre credits include: ‘Macbeth’ at Chiswick Playhouse, ‘The Light Trail’ The Hope Theatre, ‘Edie’ at Theatre503, ‘What the Dolls Saw’ at The Pleasance Theatre, ‘Twelfth Night’ at Trinity Theatre, The Darklings’ for VAULT Festival, London (VAULT award nominee).
Press & Reviews
PRAISE FOR LISA MILLAR'S PREVIOUS WORK
London Theatre 1
“Madonna or Whore? managed in just sixty short minutes to affect me so much, it may even have changed my life.” LondonTheatr1
West End Wilma
"What the Dolls Saw is thrilling, chilling, clever, funny, dark, and poignant."
London Theatre Reviews
"Macbeth is an adventure from start to finish"
Cast & Creative Team Writer & Producer: JUDI AMATO
Director & Dramaturg: LISA MILLAR