Have you ever been mortified by your own actions after a drunken night? Then you just might nod recognizingly to the revealing and tormenting moments of this compelling play by Michael Ross. The Shy Manifesto is the story of timid 17-year-old Callum and his identity struggles. Eager to find acceptance for his shyness and for others to do the same, he delivers a potent manifesto which reveals deep intimate thoughts about sexuality, society, humiliation, self loathing and ultimately his quest for acceptance.
Performed in rep with “Harry Clarke” and is part of House of International Theatre’s season of LGBTQ+ oriented plays, presented in collaboration with Bøssehuset.
Instruktør: Jeremy M. Thomas
Lysdesigner: Igor Halicki
Lyddesigner: Karl Heding
Dramatiker, forfatter: Michael Ross
Producent: Down the Rabbit Hole Theatre
Arrangør: Down the Rabbit Hole Theatre