1 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

Steve Waters's latest piece skips between small-town Colorado in 1949 and noughties London, considering the impact of one group of American students' refusal to accept a foreigner in their midst. Formerly associate director at the Bush, Nathan Curry, directs.


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It is hard to believe that such poor writing, such naive politics, such bad direction and such one-dimensional acting appeared on a stage with the reputation of the Hampstead Theatre. It is equally hard to believe that I went back in for the second half - the money was already spent but I could have saved myself an hour. Utterly tedious!

Self indulgent writing. Bad direction , resulting in over-acting. The voices could have filled the Albert Hall. Very difficult to follow as the names were so complicated and the actors gabbled them. Written with a blunt axe to grind. Waste of my time and money.