- The Roses of Whitechapel
"Finally, the five victims of Jack the Ripper get to tell their story....
Writers Jonathan Kaufman and Martin Stiff spent many months researching the facts of the case, soon discovering that far more is known about the women victims than the as yet unidentified killer himself. Deciding to make the victims' story central to the play, the writers have created a piece that enables to the characters to narrate their own tale, stepping out of character to portray other figures: the police, bystanders and journalists. Only Jack remains an elusive figure, haunting the stage like a malevolent ghostly presence."