'Bones' comes to stage@leeds
'Bones', a one-person play about a dispossessed Nottingham teenager, comes to stage@leeds on Friday 12 October.
"Beneath Marks vitriol is a soul scarred by abuse. Yet he goes on to abuse too and the play makes no excuses. Like a raw, bloody tumour, cut from the body and dumped before the audience, youll have to make up your own mind about Mark."
"Bones is a short, one-person play about Mark, a dispossessed Nottingham teenager in 1998 forced to live alongside a newborn baby. Through her juxtaposing the vulnerable boy in need of a father figure to the furious adolescent [ ] its as if Long Eaton playwright Jane Upton has performed brain surgery with scalpel-sharp words, giving a stark view of the inside of Marks head. And its not a pretty sight."
(Review from Ian Douglas, leftlion.co.uk)
The performance begins at 7.30pm in the Stage One theatre. Tickets are available at the box office (0113 3438730) and at www.stage.leeds.ac.ukPosted in: University news