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Crystal Springs by Kathy Rucker

 

Epsilon return to Park Theatre, following the success of their 5-star production Skin Tight for a summer season with Crystal Springs, followed by Chicken Shop. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What do you do when your child is bullied? Talk to the school, the parents, the bullies? What do you do if there are hundreds of tormentors invading your home through your computer? What if one of the instigators is a parent?

 

Inspired by true events, this new work by award winning playwright Kathy Rucker follows a suburban mother who is obsessed by her daughter’s online social circle and inadvertently sets into motion a scheme with a horrifying outcome. Crystal Springs is a gripping drama about cyber-bullying and the challenges of parenting in the digital age. 

"...an acutely intelligent play about cyberbullying... highly recommended."
★ ★ ★ ★ Independent
 
"The acting of the all-female cast is of a very high standard and excellent in places."
★ ★ ★ ★  WhatsOnStage 
 
"An all-female tour-de-force that hits with hurricane-like impact from the opening scene... 
the only thing ‘Crystal Springs’ needs now is a longer run." Tolitas Musings 

Director Jemma Gross

Designer Mike Lees

Lighting Designer Sherry Coenen Assistant Director Charlotte Marigot Producer Epsilon Productions Production Associate Marnie Nash

Production Photographer Kim Hardy

Angela Bull | Rose

Suzan Sylvester | Linda

Rebecca Boey | Hayley

Tiana Khan | Jenna

Pearl Mackie | Mia

Lucy Roslyn | Claire

 

 

 

 

 

 

Park Theatre 5- 31 August 2014 

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Independent. ★ ★ ★ ★ CRITICS CHOICE

 “an acutely intelligent play about cyberbullying… highly recommended.” 

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Female Arts ★ ★ ★ ★

“Epsilon Productions’ take on Rucker’s Crystal Springs encapsulates issues discussed, in a singular, gripping narrative.”

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The Upcoming ★★★★★

“an exploration of the dark side of social media with a sensitivity and simplicity that grips throughout.”

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What's On Stage ★★★★

 “The acting of the all-female cast is of a very high standard and excellent in places.”

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