On one couch, three women from three different ages meet. A young lady, a middle aged woman and an elderly. The older one, dives into her past, as if she was trying to solve its riddles. While the three women try to detect the details of that past, they face questions about past days filled with regret and shame, but colored with pleasure and satisfaction.
The unraveling continues, until the old lady's last moment, when three generations collide and fuse, inducing questions about a future full of roads, waiting to be chosen.
Three women - is a play about memory, that questions our decisions in this life, and researches what could have happened, and what really did.
"You have to begin to lose your memory, even if only in bits and pieces, to realize that memory is what makes our lives. life without memory is no life at all". Luis Bunuel.
This text was written in 1991, giving Albee his third Politzer award.
Text by Edward Albee
Translated and Directed by: Bashir Nahra
Featuring: Siwar Awwad, Shaden Kanboura, Samera Qadry & Anan Abu Jabir.
Scenography by: Majdala Khoury
Music by: Shaden Nahra & Kevork Estaphanian
Lights Design by: Moaaz Jubeh