Spotlights presents 'Stacy' & 'Bunny'
2 hour-long monologues by Jack Thorne - one of Britain’s most exciting contemporary playwrights and screenwriters (Skins and This is England) ‘Stacy’ is a monologue delivered by Rob. He finds life confusing in a world of unwritten rules. It is the day after he slept with his best friend, Stacey. He is not in love with her, but he still loves her. And he doesn’t really know what he means by that. ‘Bunny’ (winner of a 2010 Fringe First award) is an intimate monologue, delivered by 18 year old Katie, that deals with race and class tensions in modern multicultural society. Her boyfriend Abe, a black 24 year old factory worker, has a scuffle outside a corner shop which rapidly escalates into something more significant. Both of these funny and moving monologues deal with what it is like to be a young person in Britain today. Not only do they paint a portrait of society but they are also coming of age stories where the character is at the heart of the story. Cast: Lauren Orrock Elliot Ross Directed by Matt Rose & Harriet Layhe Produced by Maddy Ilsley
- Contains strong language and sex references. Not suitable for under 16s.
|Directed by||Harriet Layhe and Matthew Rose|
|Produced by||Maddy Ilsley|
|Written By||Jack Thorne|