Far from Home but Close to the Bone


Here are some snippets of reviews that we’ve received!

Sum feels in one sense like a modern re-evaluation of the core structures of theatre itself.  Highly recommended.” Prof. Adam Roberts, SF critic and Writer (SUM at Bread and Roses Theatre, 2014)

“Gray’s play reflects an intense frustration with the current political system by transporting the audience forward into a future where this dissatisfaction has reached breaking point.” Georgia Rose, FemaleArts (Terra Firma at Camden Fringe, 2014)

“In Susan Gray’s new play Terra Firma, we see how people treat each other at the end of the world as we know it. Some are left to rot on a dying world and others escape to a more plentiful land. Just to make it even more damning, those lucky ones watch their dying former home as a type of entertainment.” View from the Gods (Terra Firma at Camden Fringe, 2014)

‘It’s great to finally see a play that’s not afraid of the SF genre label. Susan’s play proves you don’t have to run away from space ships and their attendant big ideas once you enter a theatre.’ Tajinder Hayer, Playwright, (on Terra Firma at Camden Fringe, 2014)

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