Jeremy doesn’t know he has an addiction. The search for the perfect guy backfires and sends his world into a downwards spiral. Is sexual liberation a double edged sword? Youth is a currency and Jeremy feels like he’s getting poorer, so on his 25th birthday, he overhauls his life. But old habits die hard and the same patterns play out, leaving Jeremy desperately clinging onto his newly created, seemingly perfect life. Boy Who Cried Woof is a daring and dishonest one-person-show about the treacherous road to liberation, and all the times we’ve strayed. It promises highly physical and lyrical storytelling with dark humour, tackling the complexities of our coping mechanisms.