A f*ck up with stolen cash.
A charismatic drug dealer who knows how to spend it.
Throw in a wayward prep-school girl and they'll find the road to adulthood is paved with betrayal.
Less effectual than they think - more sophisticated than their parents realise - they're out in the world and they're on their own.
Kenneth Lonergan's seminal snapshot of 80's America is a tense, voyeuristic expose of an insurgent generation adrift.
"SOME WORDS ABOUT IT BEING ON BROADWAY"
A play for anyone who's ever been young, hopeful and completely ill-equipped.
Directed by Benjamin Henson
Designed by Christine Urquhart
Contains strong language, drug use and mature themes.