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Natalia, a Polish immigrant, wants to succeed as a painter (she mainly paints vulvas, but is happy to get commissioned for a d*ck or two), but instead, she’s a phone sex worker (“what is that, Mr Vasiliev? You would f*ck your daughter if she would allow it?”) receiving calls from older men seeking a “young girlfriend experience”. Oh, and she has her own daddy troubles.
Daddy Issues, created by the Passing Stranger Theatre Company is a fast-paced dark comedy about childhood trauma, sex work, bedroom fantasies, imperfect feminism, immigration and life of an artist.
"Sticks two fingers up at the patriarchy." Everything Theatre
"Krauze is a confident and accomplished performer." StageTalk.co.uk
"Phenomenal storytelling. Definitely has the potential to be a show talked about for years to come." Theatre503
“The writer Anna Krauze, who also plays the role, is excellent. She’s completely confident and unabashed.” London Pub Theatres Awards Nomination 2021
"Krauze has written a very deep and complicated character. Under the direction of Carol Tarran she’s put together a really good, energetic and absorbing story. It left me satisfied and wanting more." LondonTheatre1.com
Check out our latest title, Monster by Abigail Hood.
Despite being warned to keep away, teacher Miss Hastie is inexplicably drawn into the two girls' orbit of chaos. When Kayleigh’s mother attempts to keep her daughter under her manipulative spell, the outcome is far worse than anyone could have ever anticipated.
With a cast of six, this thrilling contemporary play explores the need for love and the powerful forces at play behind random acts of violence. How much control do we have over who we are and what we become? Does the past define our future? Can we ever forget who we once were, escape our past mistakes and start again? Or are we doomed to be haunted, hounded and hunted forever?
'A gripping and powerful play, brilliantly written and performed' ★★★★★ My Theatre Mates
'A brilliantly crafted and performed play' ★★★★★ The Spy In The Stalls