The Squirrel Plays by Mia McCullough
at the Wandsworth Fringe
There’s only one thing you need to know about newlyweds Tom and Sarah: They are definitely not “squirrel people.” Not that they judge, of course.
So when they discover a critter in their attic, they’re faced with a marriage-testing decision: To exterminate, or not to exterminate?
But the squirrels aren’t only invading Tom and Sarah’s home. They’ve infested the whole neighbourhood. This time, the issue doesn’t only tear Sarah and Tom apart.
It threatens the peace of an entire community.
The Squirrel Plays are metaphor plays written by award-winning playwright Mia McCullough, whose work has been produced at prestigious theatres such as the Old Globe in San Diego, and Steppenwolf in Chicago.
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