A new play from the writer of Typical and For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Hue Gets Too Heavy featuring live music, moves and plenty of dynamite.

“I don’t agree with everything they say, but we do have a lot in common nowadays; anyway, I can’t be racist my best friend is Black.”

Roger and Harry’s bond is so strong they could be brothers. They share the same food, music, laughs, even dreams – but not race. Roger is black and Harry is white…but what does that matter, right?

When Roger is rehomed, Harry is left behind in the care system, and these brothers start to walk down different paths. When Roger returns to celebrate Harry’s birthday, his new name Runaku isn’t the only change, and this dream reunion becomes much more complicated.

Creatives

Ryan Calais Cameron

Writer

Rob Watt

Director

Pricing and availability

Tue 22 Mar 7.15pm
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Wed 23 Mar 7.15pm
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Thu 24 Mar 2.30pm
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Thu 24 Mar 7.15pm
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Fri 25 Mar 7.15pm
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Sat 26 Mar 2.30pm
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Sat 26 Mar 7.15pm
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