No Flowers for Ally
by Kate Griffin
In this one-act play, a young man, Ally, confined to a wheelchair after a car accident, is wheeled into a church by his friend Max who was responsible for the accident. Both are traumatised and embittered by the experience and this initially focuses in casual cruelty to Nancy, a blind old woman who is doing the church flowers. But this chance encounter and ensuing conversation changes both Ally and Nancy’s lives.
The cast consists of an elderly woman and two young men.
Please note: This play contains expletives.