There's been a near fatal stabbing in a local park and a young teenager is in a critical condition. Seventeen year old Tony's been accused of what has been called a racially motivated crime and goes on the run. But he has chosen to hide out in a place where Jamal, an African refugee is also hiding.
The two fugitives, forced to co-exist in their self-imposed exile, find themselves as hostages to fortune. However, they must each set aside their preconceived prejudices as they discover things about themselves as human beings.
Mark Norfolk is an award winning playwright and filmmaker. His other plays for
the stage include Knock Down Ginger (Warehouse Theatre) and Wrong Place (Soho Theatre) both published by Oberon Books as is Naked Soldiers.
pics by Georgia Kuhn