Gar can’t decide between the man who plays games and the man on one knee with a ring. In fact, Gar can’t decide on anything because every choice seems like a compromise. Everyone wants answers but nothing lives up to the image he has in his head. Facades start crumbling as his world implodes around him but Gar just wants to dance with his friends.
This Much (or An Act of Violence Towards the Institution of Marriage) is a play about how we define ourselves; through objects, clothes, traditions, and other people.
★★★★ "DEEPLY MOVING.. PROVOCATIVE & STIMULATING” (The Scotsman)
★★★★ "RAW, UNCOMPROMISING AND VERY BEAUTIFUL, ITS ALSO HILARIOUS - THE KIND OF SKILFUL PLAY THAT SNEAKS IN UNANNOUNCED TO THE FRINGE LEAVING VAPOUR TRAILS OF BRILLIANCE IN ITS WAKE” (The List)
★★★★ “RICH & CONSIDERED WRITING.. SMART SENSITIVE & STRONGLY PERFORMED“ (The Stage)
★★★★ “A DARING EMOTIONAL THREE-WAY.. THRILLING YET INTIMATE“ (To Do List)
★★★★ “A PROBING PIECE COMFORTABLE IN THE AMBIGUITIES IT RAISES” (Fest)
★★★★ “A BRAVE PIECE.. SOMETHING SPECIAL” (Scotsgay)
★★★★“FAST-PACED, INTENSE & POWERFUL.. EXCEPTIONALLY WELL WRITTEN & WELL PERFORMED" (Broadway Baby)
★★★★"ELEGANTLY THREADED THROUGH WITH IDEAS OF FREEDOM & OBLIGATION" (Exeunt Magazine)
THIS MUCH premiered at ZOO venues at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015 and subsequently trabsferred to the Soho Theatre, London in June 2016. It was produced by Nik Holttum Productions and Moving Dust.