Making Mischief: Two Radical New Plays by Tom Morton-Smith, Matt Hartley, Kirsty Housley

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Making Mischief: Two Radical New Plays

The Earthworks by Tom Morton-Smith:

‘The universe doesn’t care if we know how it works.’

On the eve of the activation of the Large Hadron Collider, two strangers – a journalist and a scientist – share their experiences of loss and hope in a funny but deeply touching one-act play.
Tom Morton-Smith’s Oppenheimer, created for the RSC in 2014, was a smash hit, transferring to the West End.

Myth by Matt Hartley and Kirsty Housley
From an original idea by Kirsty Housley

‘I can only see wrong choices.
Things that will make everything worse.’

In one wine-fuelled evening, two couples debate their materialistic lifestyle. As their dinner party descends into chaos, their friendship and their lives are irreparably changed. A theatrical experiment into those things we don’t want to see or say.

THE EARTHWORKS AND MYTH WERE PRODUCE D BY THE RSC AT THE OTHER PLACE AS PART OF THE MISCHIEF FES TIVAL IN MAY 2017.

Publisher: Oberon Books Ltd ISBN: 9781786822185 Pages: 128