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Random – Leeds Playhouse

Writer: Debbie Tucker Green Director:  Gbolahan Obisesan Reviewer: Rich Jevons Debbie Tucker Green's Random benefits from a script that combines the everyday with the sensational without giving up its gritty realism and compulsive drama. Yes, there is much tragedy here, but always complemented with the West Indians' nuclear family's sense of normality. Max Johns' set is made up of stacked-up ...

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ear for eye – Royal Court Theatre, London

Writer/Director: debbie tucker green Reviewer: Scott Matthewman At first glance, debbie tucker green’s latest work for the Royal Court is taking aim at the racial divides in America. But during the two hours of its presentation, during which pace only ever slows so that tension may increase, it appears that there is a knot of anger at the heart of ...

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NEWS: Cast announced for random and generations at Chichester Festival Theatre

Casting has been announced for debbie tucker green’s random and generations, running at Chichester Festival’s Minerva Theatre from 4 May – 2 June, directed by Tinuke Craig. Fierce, warm and funny, these two short and haunting dramas examine love, life and loss through the lives of two families on two continents. Making her Chichester debut, playing the solo role of ...

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Hang – The Other Room, Cardiff

Writer: Debbie Tucker Green Director: Izzy Rabey Reviewer: Beth Steer Set in a time close to now, and comprised of characters known only as One, Two and Three, Debbie Tucker Green’s Hang imagines a UK in which the death penalty remains legal. But there’s a twist: the victims get to choose how the perpetrator dies. The brilliantly dark concept is ...

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Brighton Fringe: Hang – Sweet Waterfront 1

Writer: Debbie Tucker Green Director: Kevin Russell Reviewer: James Napleton Hang is an engaging, dialogue-focused drama that unfolds in almost Kafkaesque loops of misdirection and mystery. The entire performance is staged in a meeting room with an unnamed woman and two agents one red and one blue. Set in the near future the woman has come to confirm her decision ...

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hang – Royal Court Theatre, London

Writer and Director: debbie tucker green Reviewer: Scott Stait   In an unassumingly vacant room scattered with insipid chairs and a water dispenser, a woman to whom a heinous crime has been committed has come to give her decision. Set in a time not far from now, debbie tucker green’s calmly frenetic play grapples with the moral decisions behind impartiality ...

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