An unexpected knock at the door on a deep winter night in Northwest London brings the past rushing back into Kyra’s apartment. At the door is Tom, a restless, self-made restaurateur and hotel tycoon, and Kyra’s former lover. After three years apart, Tom has come to reclaim his former mistress following the death of his wife. Though the current of their desire still runs strong, time has carved them into very different people.
Is the gap between them unbridgeable, or can they resurrect their magnetic relationship?
“Lindsay Merrithew’s portrayal of (Tom)… is spot on, authentic and heartwarming.”
Judith Robinson, Ontario Arts Review
“Topham delivers a captivating performance as Kyra…”
Stephen Lubin, Mooney on Theatre
“The performances are hugely impressive… A riveting drama played out expertly…”
Liz Braun, Postmedia Network
“It picks you up and hurls you along for two hours, and then resolves with such dramatic rightness that you walk out completely satisfied and at the same time all shook up.”
Malcolm Jones, The Daily Beast
“David Hare’s luminously beautiful and wildly truthful Skylight is deeply and truly about people… It is a fascinating play (that) tears at the heart…”
New York Post
Moss began his career at New York’s famed cabaret Upstairs at the Downstairs and went on to appear on Broadway in numerous productions including the first revival of West Side Story, directed by Jerome Robbins at New York City Center, Joe Layton’s Drat! The Cat!, Neil Simon’s God’s Favorite, directed by Michael Bennett, Burt Shevelove’s So Long 174th Street, Gerald Freedman’s The Robber Bridegroom, and Gene Saks’ I Love My Wife.