Roz is back to conjure up laughter
and psychic who is invited to perform a seance.
“The people who invite her think she’s not going to be very good and one of them, Charles, is a writer and just trying to research for his next novel.
“Then she does this seance and actually conjures up his dead exwife who appears in ghost form and starts creating all kinds of mischief.”
The bicycle-riding clairvoyant, who constantly refers to her preferred mode of transportation, has some witty and wonderful lines.
However, Hammond said although the play was full of frivolity, it also delved into looking at life with perspective.
“Sometimes we can put on rose-coloured glasses when thinking about the past, including relationships,” she said.
“You can look back and think it’s better than where you are now.
“Things with Charles’s new wife (Ruth) are a little brittle so he remembers his dead wife (Elvira) as something else but when she comes back, (he realises) their relationship wasn’t that great either.”
While in Perth, the Melbournebased actor said she looked forward to spending time with family, checking out several yoga classes and seeing shows at The Blue Room Theatre.