In an art gallery, two strangers come to view the Dante Gabriel Rosetti masterpiece, Beata Beatrix. Each of the viewers has an emotionally painful 'past'. With echoes of the painting and, at times, almost within it, the two come together and, in an enigmatic and evocative dialogue, perhaps broker their futures. Winner of several festival Best New Play awards. One act play.
Part of a double bill of one-act plays.