Mongrel Island (Modern Plays) by Ed Harris

By Ed Harris

Marie is wasting herself in her gray place of work life, trapped by means of never-ending piles of forms and an identical humans asserting an identical issues day by day. yet as she is compelled to paintings later and later into the evening, she discovers a deeply unusual twilight international the place a brand new risk for rescuing her sanity is illuminated through the fluorescent place of work lights.

Commissioned by means of Soho Theatre and written by way of up-and-coming author Ed Harris, Mongrel Island explores the brain and reminiscence, delivering a viewpoint of ways the office can strip away our humanity. Combining madcap, surreal humour with an indictment of the company world's subjugation of individualism, Mongrel Island is a bittersweet, touching and darkly humourous play.

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