Virago seems to challenge and change the prevailing perceptions of women in the arts and theater.
The plot points, as they arrive, involve small corrections, by the audience and by the characters, as to what is going on with different people.
Instead of a rehearsal period, Virago adopts a long workshop period of devising and lets the shape of the piece be revealed and formulated in the process.
Max cannot intervene—only watch over the women and in his mind, provide some sense of comfort as he documents every detail of their last days alive.
Reading, photography, learning, traveling, internet surfing and to name a few.