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Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, Bruce Norris' (Clybourne Park, The Low Road) new play, directed by Pam MacKinnon, comes to the National Theatre direct from its premiere at Steppenwolf, Chicago.
This production discusses and contains graphic descriptions of child abuse and rape, there is also reference to drug use and self-harm that some people may find distressing.
If you require further information, contact details are incuded on the National Theatre's show listing page.
In downstate Illinois, four men convicted of sex crimes against minors share a group home where they live out their lives in the shadow of the offences they committed.
A man shows up to confront his childhood abuser - but does he want closure or retribution?
This provocative new play zeroes in on the limits of our compassion and what happens when society deems anyone beyond forgiveness.
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London SE1 9PX
Performance days & times
Previews 12 - 19 March
£37 - £15
Monday - Thursday eves, all matinees
£50 - £15
Friday & Saturday eves
£55 - £18
Audio‑described performances, for blind and visually impaired people:
Fri 12 April, 7.30pm
Sat 13 April, 2.30pm preceded by a Touch Tour
Aimee Lou Wood
K Todd Freeman
Author: Bruce Norris
Director: Pam MacKinnon
Set designer: Todd Rosenthal
Costume designer: Clint Ramos
Lighting: Adam Silverman
Sound: Carolyn Downing
Production: Co-production with Steppenwolf Theatre Company