Inspired by an address given by Sir James M. Barrie to the graduating class of St. Andrew's University in Scotland, Courage is an intimate look into the life of the celebrated writer. In instructing the students how to go about living the "courageous life," he uses his own life as an example of how not to spend one's years. He tells of his youth, of his bed-ridden (and emotionally-demanding) mother, of his career and tragic marriage, and of his remarkable friendship with the five Llewellyn-Davies boys that would lead to his creation of Peter Pan.
- 80 - 90 minutes
- 1 m
- Set: A reception room that gives the impression of a well-loved study.