My Heart Were A Camera I'd Shoot True Love
A battle-weary photojournalist returns from a war zone. She's lost the man she loved, but holds on to her last photograph of him. Her work is gold - but she says she'll never take another photograph. The political machinations of a publishing empire, the 'rules of engagement', whether military, professional, or personal; and themes of love, loss and mechanical memory are explored in this new play by Dan Horrigan.
Excerpts from If My Heart
Were A Camera were included in the
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