Published December 24, 2011 by rbtheatre



Directed by Romy Hooper, Produced by Leigh Fitzjames

Starring Paul Macdiarmid, Devlin Bishop and Romy Hooper

June 2010

TAPE is a timely refutation to roles of submissiveness and in the most unlikely of circumstances empowers those who ‘fake it’.

The performance revolves around two men in a motel room (played by Devlin Bishop and Paul MacDiarmid) contesting for dominance over the memory of young, helplessly attractive lass from high school. Enter grown up Amy Randall (Romy Hooper), an accomplished and not so waif attorney who interrupts their fantasy with some of the most morally conscious questions of the piece.

Was there intercourse? Yes.
Did it get rough? Yes.
Was it consensual? Well…

You can’t rape the willing…or can you?


Read the Lumiere review here

Read the review from In Hannah’s Boots

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