by James Fritz
Recommended by Libby
"It’s not about will they won’t they on again off again it’s not about he’s the one it’s not about weddings and new-baby smell and airport reconciliations... It’s about everything in between."
This play isn’t about Ross Geller and Rachel Green. But it’s not – not about them. A thoughtful and sometimes-painful exploration of what happens after the ‘happy-ever-after’ sold to us by rom-coms and sitcoms. Ross & Rachel is a dialogue for one; a monologue with two characters as they wrestle with their relationship, tragedy and mortality."
What happens when two friends who were always meant to be together, get together - and stay together? No one told them life was going to be this way...A dark and uncompromising play about romance, expectation and mortality, James Fritz's Ross & Rachel takes an unflinching look at the myths of modern love. It was first produced by MOTOR at the Assembly George Square Theatre as part of the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.