A vivid, poignant and often amusing look through the eyes and heart of Anne Hathaway – the woman Shakespeare left behind.
Anne Hathaway returns home from her husband’s funeral, with his Will and Testament in hand which she is reluctant to read. She is overtaken by nostalgia and begins to reflect on her life, raising the family in Stratford-upon-Avon with and without the world’s greatest Playwright and Poet, the man she fell pregnant to when she was 26 and he was only 18. Anne’s love for “Bill” leaves her shocked and stunned by the contents of his Will…
"A riveting performance." - NZ Herald
"Sampson hold the audience in her sway." - Prague Post
"A remarkable creative imagining." - Theatre Scenes
Winner Best Production HK Arts Awards