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“Last night I woke up and found that I was not at home. And I was not wearing my own clothes. And then I wasn’t sure. Maybe they were my clothes, and I was someone else.”
In an unnamed American city, two strangers sell Christmas trees on the sidewalk; two cops work to solve a killing spree; and a young woman finds herself transforming in ways she could never have imagined.
A darkly comic thriller exploring the margins of a city and the violent fantasies they inspire.
In this new production of Jarcho’s Obie Award-winning play, Sam Pritchard and Chloe Lamford collaborate to reimagine the play as a series of installations inside The Site, a new space at the Royal Court.
Obie Award Winner: Best New American Play (2013)
"Gripping Lynchian nightmare gets under the skin"
Lyn Gardner | The Guardian Read full review
"There’s a hint of film noir fun to proceedings, and several nods to screwball Coen Brothers comedy too… It’s baffling. It’s borderline barmy. But it’s also kind of brilliant"
Fergus Morgan | The Stage Read full review
"One of the most imaginative stagings produced this year"
Connor Campbell | The Upcoming
"This gleeful exercise in inventive strangeness is the Royal Court’s Christmas gift to us all"
Andrzej Lukowski | Time Out
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