Plays by Colette Kane

I Know How I Feel about Eve

Bloomsbury Publishing
Type: Text

Jo and Alex were once the perfect professional couple, a successful barrister and novelist respectively, their lives were filled with the signs of comfort and wealth. But since their daughter died things haven't been the same.

Jo is desperate to find a solution; her unorthodox search leads her to Gloria, a representative of a new, and perhaps shady, firm who can offer a new way to create life. Will this be enough to fill the void that has opened up in the middle of Alex and Jo's life together?

I Know How I Feel About Eve premiered at the Hampstead Theatre, London, in January 2013.

Colette Kane is a Writer on Attachment 2011-12 at the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres. She is under commission from the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse to write a play Scarlett. Her previous plays include Belong (Arcola Theatre); Ways to Look At Fish (Theatre 503); Hatch (24:7 Theatre Festival, Manchester and Bolton Octagon) which was a Manchester Evening New Nominee for Best Fringe Play. It also won the Vicky Allen Equity Award for Best Overall Production, as well as the Audience Award. Some of her short plays have been performed at the Soho Theatre (2012), Roundhouse (2010), and she has had readings at the Liverpool Playhouse, Millennium Centre, and Globe theatre. In 2008, she was part of Paines Plough's Future Perfect season (writing short plays for various spaces across the country) and she has also been involved in the National Theatre's Playwriting Project. She was a runner-up for the Arts Foundation Award for Playwriting in 2014 and the recipient of the JB Priestley award from the Royal Literary Fund in 2013.