Refreshingly honest, this raw, fascinating and convincing production is 83 minutes of theatrical excellence of the highest order.
One of the funniest plays you’ll ever see about depression – and possibly one of the funniest plays you’ll ever see, full stop.
Steiner’s dialogue is sinewy and smart and his world-building is delicately handled. It’s a rewarding and enjoyable piece of writing in which not one moment or line feels extraneous.
A timely and gripping dissection of parenting and responsibility and that moment when teenagers stopped being seen as young people in need of adult support and protection and began to be viewed as a problem. Most of all, this is a play about hope and the damage you do to yourself and others when you lose it.