Challenging new play by the enfant terrible of dark, disturbing drama
Published to tie-in with the play's premier at the Drum Theatre, Plymouth and The Chololate Factory, London in February 2005, produced by Paines Plough.
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Review: Mercury FurUser Review - Chris Ma - Goodreads
Amazing imagination, plot and tension. Darkest lawless world. The refusal to remember and the refusal to forget are struggling throughout the whole post-apocalyptical drama, where the world history is ... Read full review
Review: Mercury FurUser Review - Chuck O'Connor - Goodreads
This a disturbing play, which seems courageous and necessary in an age of preemptive war and financial policies that destabilize democracies for the sake of wealth. It is shocking, cruel but ultimately touching in its portrayal of filial love amidst sadomasochism. Read full review