No One Is Coming to Save You
Climate change, nuclear war, radicalism: we live in a culture of suspense. Humanity is moving so unstoppably towards the edge, that you might imagine we were enjoying the violence of our slow decline. This is a play about that impulse. No One is Coming to Save You takes place in the minds of two young people who can’t sleep. She is staring at a glass. He is watching TV in a foreign language. David Lynch meets Danny DeVito’s Matilda in this new play about being young during the slow cancellation of the future.
Sensitive content: descriptions of violence, descriptions of suicide, swearing, and descriptions of mental illness.
Age category: 14+
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