The Hit & Are You Anywhere?
The work of award winning writer Tony Craze has been described as ' . . . assured, enthralling, daring, and with an emotional charge powerful enough to send one reeling . . .'
The theatre scripts here were written for forum presentation whereby audiences are invited after the performance to participate in rewriting choices made by characters.
‘The Hit’ depicts Danny awaiting the cash to leave the country; his former partner Sadie wants to escape everything - not least her current abusive partner . . . neither looks likely to succeed in this exploration into cycles of addiction and domestic abuse.
In 'Are you anywhere?' recovering addict, Wu, sets off across China, on an anti drugs march, and in search of missing daughter, Kang – who leads Wu off course through stories of death and addiction in contemporary Kabul, in Baghdad and in London, and in 19th century Humen, China, where 'the biggest drug bust in history' takes place, with the burning of 1.5 million kilos of opium.
Scripts from ' . . . a voice of honest compassion and insight into the area where dreams turn into anger, despair and ferocious frustration . . . ' (Bloomsbury Theatre Guide)
Published: 6 September 2012
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