Black Foxxes 'Whatever Lets You Cope' by Daniel Broadley
Daniel Broadley has directed this poignant one-man show in which a young baseball player is trapped between a locker room and a limitless open countryside. Impulsively shaving his head, he makes a break for it and enters into an agitated state of catharsis.... or perhaps of agony.
Daniel Broadley explains, "a young man tries to come to terms with a hard truth that takes him to the brink of his own sanity. Inspired by films such as Whiplash that see characters pushed so hard by their superiors that they eventually start to lose control of their own reality, blinded by the idea of success."
|Lead actor||Nicholas Hill|
|Drone Operator||Matt Pidala|
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