Hush

 
Vivien Endicott-Douglas in Tarragon Theatre's Premiere Production directed by Richard Rose. Photo Credit: Cylla Von Tiedemann

Vivien Endicott-Douglas in Tarragon Theatre's Premiere Production directed by Richard Rose.
Photo Credit: Cylla Von Tiedemann

A single father tries to cure his daughter's night terrors by delving into haunting memories of her mother in this fast-paced, dreamlike thriller where past and present collide.

With her earlier work, Laborde's writing hinted at an almost poetic brilliance that blossoms fully in Hush, a play that also demonstrates her skill at dramatic construction. 

John Colbourne, Toronto Sun

Hush works a treat. It's a fascinating play full of vivid images and taut emotions.

 Lynn Slotkin, Picks & Pans CBC Radio