In “Sorry” (subtitled:”I am able to work even though I am crying”) five women get together. The play covers an intense séance of grievance and confessions from the life of modern woman. All which floods the heart and the brain are emerging in this part-singing monologue, in which the women take turns at talking, shedding blood, sweat and tears in the process. It is a comedy about all the paradoxes of the modern world, as seen from a woman’s point of view; it is like a quilt made from rags of overwhelming truths, lies and dreams. This play makes you wonder how everything seems to work out anyway. It was first produced at The Royal Danish Theatre, Copenhagen.