"Today I killed a man." The first words of a monologue that plunges us into a narrative that hovers ambiguously at times between murder and vivid fantasy as it depicts a woman on the edge, desperate to break free of the entanglements of a love affair that has turned toxic. Has she actually killed her lover? Is this a violent reaction to coercive control? We can't be sure. At first, we see a woman who appears to be in control of her destiny but soon get drawn in to her inner labyrinth of vulnerability and despair. If she is to lay claim to herself again as her own woman she must find a way out of this hell and rediscover herself.Written for Marta Carvalho by Galician theatremaker Moncho Rodriguez, the Portuguese version was toured in Brazil, Portugal and Spain. This new English version by writer Mark C. Hewitt captures the obsessive, capricious nature of the Portuguese original, losing none of its visceral energy but perhaps adding a subtle layer of dark humour.See the work live at Lewes All Saints Centre on Weds 4 August, 7.45pm: leweslivelit.co.uk (half-price with proof of a ticket from this digital preview).