Fringe 2021: That Boy

Tue, 16 Feb 2021 to Sun, 21 Mar 2021
Holden Street Theatres
Change is unmanageable in a crisis so now it’s survival. For Sarah, there must be light at the end of the tunnel, at any cost. Parenting is hard, there’s no rule book, no one is perfect, she gave birth to him so she knows best and he knows she loves him, she told him so.

A darkly satirical, beautiful, raw, human story of one mother's fight to break the cycle of inherited behaviour and save her son. Based on true life events, That Boy will challenge the audience to question what is acceptable in today's changing world.

Initial concept by Martha Lott, co-created with Lyn Pike and Anne Bookman, adapted for stage by Martha Lott, Yasmin Gurreeboo and Nescha Jelk with Meg Wilson, Sascha Budimski, Nicholas Ely, Francois Piron and the Holden Street Team.
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Foyer opens half-hour prior to show time; seating opens 10 minutes prior to show time.

Duration 70 minutes

Content Warnings
Age Suitability: M Recommended for audiences aged 15 years or older.
Coarse Language: Mild/ Occasional
Depicts Violence: Mild/ Occasional
Mental Health
Suicide/Self Harm
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