In 1981, Foreskin’s Lament exploded into the New Zealand theatre scene with its brutally honest portrayal of sport, politics and what it means to be a Kiwi man.
Fourty years later, The Court Youth Company ask what’s changed – and what the girls think in this radical adaptation from award-winning playwright Eleanor Bishop.
“Boys takes Foreskin’s Lament and slices the Kiwi classic into a postmodern maze of modern masculinity … what remains is as vital and urgent as the original, evoking anger and empathy in equal measures.” – Theatrescenes
“Ambitious, interesting and well-delivered, Boys examines several patriarchal jigsaw pieces.” – NZ Herald
Written by Eleanor Bishop / Adapted from Greg McGee‘s Foreskin’s Lament
Directed by Rose Kirkup
© 2018 Rose Kirkup.