The cult hit show that rocked the US & Australia makes its UK debut!
"ANGRY YOUNG WOMEN IN LOW RISE JEANS WITH HIGH CLASS ISSUES" combines stand-up, sketch comedy, theater, & music, intelligently targeting sex, dating, love, getting naked, & getting laid!
See the show that The New Yorker calls “PITCH PERFECT”, Variety calls “FEARLESS & FUNNY”, & the Daily Telegraph (Sydney) calls “WITTY, CHEEKY, & ALL THE MORE HILARIOUS!”
With original cast members from the American premiere production. From the team that brought you last year’s 5-Star, award-winning Fringe show “The Inventor & the Escort.”
The Warriors: A Love Story confronts the disturbing beauty
and profound devastation of war. Searching through his grandmother’s
trunk after her death, Eliot discovers a powerful family legacy
passed down by Ursula, a German dancer and survivor of the Allied
bombing of Dresden, and Glenn, an American philosopher and veteran.
An ensemble of dancers, interactive projections, and live music conjure a universe out of the trunk: Plato’s allegory of the Cave; seductive military indoctrination; a dancer’s flight to survive; a philosopher’s struggle to understand; contemporary drone pilots; courtship of former enemies; a soldier’s epiphany upon nearly shooting his own reflection.
YEARS TO THE DAY, by Allen Barton, was one of the most acclaimed plays in the 2013 Los Angeles theatre season.
Using the spare construct of a single conversation between old friends, YEARS TO THE DAY takes on marriage, social media, the delicate relationship between parents
and kids, contemporary film, politics, gay rights and more in a searing confrontation between two men approaching middle age.
Have their early forties “we’re men now” maturity made them more certain of who they are, or simply more calcified and inflexible?
Can their friendship survive... friendship?
The Interview by Michael Franco is a bitingly dark comedy centering around the extraordinary rendition of an American citizen, the use of enhanced interrogation techniques,
America's insipid and ridiculous gun laws and the seemingly never ending cycle of man's inhumanity to man as we come to terms with the surveillance state that the world has become.
Directed by Charles Otte The Interview is a nonstop assault on the issues the play examines.
Just when you think you've got it figured out the play twists back in on itself leaving the audience to decide just what in this world is real.