‘Guy’ is desperate to clear his conscience before he gets married to his beautiful bride to be. But as he sets off on his psychological and physical journey across America, to make amends with four old flames, the question is: is there something – or someone – he’s missing?
“Wry, clever and psychologically astute” – Guardian
With the blend of honesty, humour and heart, this riveting and ultimately liberating dark comedy is a perfect parable of modern relationships.
“The most legitimately provocative and polarising playwright at work today” – New York Times
Written by multi Tony Award-nominated American dramatist Neil LaBute, Some Girl(s) has been performed both in London and New York and was adapted into a film in 2013. LaBute’s many other plays include In the Company of Men, Bash, The Shape of Things, The Distance From Here, Fat Pig, This Is How It Goes, Reasons to Be Pretty and Reasons to Be Happy, which received its UK premiere at Hampstead Theatre earlier this year. This new Buckland Theatre company production, presented in association with the Park Theatre, is directed by Gary Condes.
For the Q&A on Thursday 21 July 2016, I’ll be joined by members of the cast, which includes Carolyn Backhouse, Elly Condron, Roxanne Pallett, Carley Stenson and Charles Dorfman.