Stranger, Baby

Stranger, Baby

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A riveting play on the themes of mothers and daughters, love and loss, and the sense of a splitting self. Based on the collection of poems by Emily Berry, Stranger, Baby portrays Emily's grief over losing her mother and the accompanying crumbling sense of self hood in the isolation of her bereavement. The drama and intensity of our internal lives and often unspoken struggles is brought to life, through this authentic and compelling original adaptation by Maya Little.

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Performed by the University of Oxford Students

Adapted by Maya Little from the work of Emily Berry

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