A teenage girl disappears from a small town in America where fifteen years earlier, another teenage girl was kidnapped. Now a woman, she watches the news. She reaches for her gun. She holds it close.
From writer Sarah Kosar (Mumburger, Old Red Lion, Old Vic 12, 2018) and director Sara Joyce (★★★★★ Dust, Trafalgar Studios, Old Vic 12, 2018) comes a show about the dangerous ways we make ourselves feel safe.
With a cast including Michelle Fox (Casualty, BBC1; Translations, National Theatre) with more to be announced.
It’s itchy and antsy and paranoid, a fug of unease brought to life by a trio of strong performances from Fox, Taleghani and Quartley
Stylish production overpowers an appealingly strange play about gun love and past trauma
It's a hard show to shake and leaves you rattled – something the Yard pulls off with unerring frequency
Surreal, stylish drama about an American couple with a gun addiction
A disturbing reminder of America's all-pervasive gun obsession
A well-rounded show that's as visually compelling as it is socially engaged and touching
Horribly captivating tale of guns and abduction
Danger permeates Sara Joyce’s production, capturing a state of being constantly on edge