untitled f*ck m*ss s**gon Play
Published by Nick Hern Books
2 Male 4 Female
Kim is having a terrible, very bad, no-good kind of day, and the worst part is... it all feels so familiar
Caught up in a never-ending cycle of events, she looks for the exit but the harder she tries, the worse it gets and she begins to wonder: who's writing this story?
She makes a break for it, smashing through a hundred years of bloody narratives that all end the same way
Can she find a way out before it's too late?
Kimber Lee's untitled f*ck m*ss s**gon play jumps through time, exploding lifetimes of repeating Asian stereotypes, wrestling history for the right to control your own narrative in a world that thinks it can tell you who you are
'Ferociously funny... dissects years of racist, imperialist and misogynistic tropes... Imagine if Caryl Churchill had written Noises Off... punky, polemical and stingingly fresh' ~ The Guardian
'Urgent and clever... furious and funny... very clever writing' ~ The Stage
'Sharp, intelligent and confrontational... Switching seamlessly between laugh-out-loud humour and poignant, harrowing tragedy... despite its confrontational name, it’s a remarkably accessible play' ~ Manchester Evening News
'Non-stop funny... both hilarious and strangely moving' ~ Reviews Hub