Hilary lives in seaside Sorrento with her father and sixteen-year-old son; Pippa is visiting from New York and Meg returns from England with her English husband.
Three sisters, reunited after ten years in different worlds, again feel the constraints of family life. It is Meg's semi-autobiographical novel, recently short-listed for the Booker prize, which overshadows their homecoming.
"Hotel Sorrento is a powerful new Australian play that begins as a comedy about national identity and develops into a familial drama of great poignancy and reverberation." - Peter Craven, The Australian
Read Kate Mulvany’s response to Hotel Sorrento in What Goes Around Comes Around, a free essay from Currency Press.
- full length
- 4 female, 4 male
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