stoning mary by debbie tucker green
Aftershow Q&A on Monday 21 October
Like some higher bein’s gonna bother bein here – to save your arse… or mine.
Through debbie tucker green’s poetic rhythms and verbal dances, three stories of conflict play out. A husband and wife argue over a prescription; a mother and father disagree about their son, a child soldier; two sisters row at a prison visit. These three strands are woven together to create a landscape of everyday life in a war-torn nation.
stoning mary premiered at the Royal Court in 2005. Her other works include dirty butterfly, random, hang and ear for eye. She has also written and directed for film, television and radio, and is a BAFTA and Olivier Award winner.
Ché Walker’s plays have been performed at The Royal Court Theatre, Young Vic and Shakespeare’s Globe. He has directed over thirty seven plays worldwide, has fifty professional acting credits and has had a working relationship with RADA since 2004.
Performed by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.
Please note this production contains: strobe lighting, strong language and violent themes.
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