Philip Ridley's Dark Vanilla Jungle At The Camden Fringe
Dark Vanilla Jungle produced by Burning Coal Theatre Company and co-directed by Jerome Davis and Staci Sabarsky opens tomorrow, Wednesday, August 10, at The Cockpit as part of the Camden Fringe Festival.
The astounding solo performance of Lexie Braverman will make you laugh, cry, and squirm in your seat as you piece together the life of Andrea, a young woman grappling with what is left of her sanity.
About the 2015 production, The Indyweek five-star review said: "As we watch with concern and increasing horror, we can see an elastic young mind gradually rewiring itself in response to the damage it's known. As it does, something dark and very hungry blossoms in a bright young girl, in the most compelling local production I've seen in quite some time. Drop everything; this you've got to see."
There will be five performances of this production, August 10-14. The show has already been listed as one of the Top Five Shows to see at the Fringe.
"Following the success of its Iron Curtain Trilogy in 2014, Burning Coal Theatre is back at The Cockpit. The small but innovative American theatre company certainly hasn’t taken the easy route for its return trip, performing Philip Ridley’s Dark Vanilla Jungle. A harrowing tale of a young woman living in the aftermath of a brutal sexual assault, the play is not going to be easy viewing, but it is one of the most intriguing additions to the Camden Fringe programme."
So don't miss it!
For tickets and more information visit: http://www.thecockpit.org.uk/show/dark_vanilla_jungle