Chris Bush writes a lyrical piece about existing on the cusp and all the inevitable questions and confusions that come with it. Are we teenagers? Are we children? Do our parents embarrass us? It's about bodies in flux and perspectives shifting; knowing change is coming but not what that change will look like.
Set in and around a swimming pool, it follows a group of teens full of excitement, impatience and uncertainty, each with their own secret worries and desires for what comes next.
Cast Size: 10-50
Chris Bush is a playwright, lyricist and theatre-maker. Her writing for theatre includes A Declaration from the People, an adaptation of Pericles and The Changing Room for the National Theatre; What We Wished For, A Dream and The Sheffield Mysteries at Sheffield Theatres; Larksong at the New Vic; Cards on the Table at the Royal Exchange; ODD at the Royal & Derngate; Sleight & Hand at Summerhall for BBC Arts; TONY! The Blair Musical at the York Theatre Royal and on UK tour; Poking the Bear at Theatre503; and Wolf, a rehearsed reading at the NT Studio. Chris Bush has been a resident artist for Sheffield Theatres and the Oxford Playhouse and a member of the Orange Tree Theatre’s Writers Collective.
She has won the Perfect Pitch Award, the Sunday Times NSDF Edinburgh Festival Award and a Kevin Spacey Foundation Artist of Choice Award.