21 July – 9 December 1994
A woman arrives in town: A new town, a new life, but a chance encounter leads to revelations of herself and her family’s past that were best left forgotten.
All this time she thought she was alone, but not any longer. Window Dressing turned the spotlight on media exploitation and a family’s search for the truth. Using a strong, challenging style of visual mask theatre, it told the story with the humour and dramatic panache Trestle had become renowned for.
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