Author: Josep Maria Miró
Gerard and Marta have moved into Nerium Park, a housing development on the outskirts, half an hour from the big city. The months pass, and because of the economic crisis, no new neighbours arrive. This is a ghost development. The couple’s relationship will gradually disintegrate. This play develops over twelve scenes, each corresponding to a month of the year. It takes its name from the oleander (its Latin name being Nerium Oleander), a tree that is both ornamental and toxic, and is widely chosen to inhabit these new housing estates and main road areas.