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Speech & Debate

From the Tony Award winning playwright Stephen Karam, a brilliant dark comedy from Australian theatre producer Trish Wadley

“A triumph…hilarious, cliché-free, and immensely entertaining…” New York Times

Defibrillator presents the UK Premiere of this fiercely funny play directed by Tom Attenborough.

The play, a dark comedy with music, concerns three misfit teenagers and their attempts to expose a drama teacher who preys on teen boys. Solomon is a reporter for the school newspaper, Howie is a gay teen, who is solicited by the school’s drama teacher on the internet, and Diwata is an aspiring actress/singer, but with no talent. They decide to perform a musical version of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, combined with time travel and a young Abraham Lincoln, to address the issue of gay adults at the school.

Date(s)
22nd Feb 2017  -  1st Apr 2017
Time:
7:30 pm   -   9:15 pm
Venue
Trafalgar Studios 2
Address
14 Whitehall SW12DY
Price
£19.50 - £45.00

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