Are you interested in forgiving yourself and finding inner peace? No, neither is Alby. Which is why they’ve decided to spend their twenties running from their issues and sleeping with strangers. It’s all going REALLY WELL. Until one night, whilst screwing yet another accountant, Alby stares too deeply into his eyes. Walking home, strange white birds begin to appear, and as the city unfolds in front of them, so does a secret buried long ago.
Blending dance, stand-up and pop music, this explosive new monologue follows one young person asking impossible questions: why am I like this? Who made sushi so expensive? And, are the straights ok?
‘Woof delivers a multi-layered performance that mixes dance with intense emotion… never missing a word or perfectly timed punchline’ The Wee Review (*****) ‘a profound mix of comedy and emotion’ The Student (****).
Press & Reviews
The Wee Review
“This is an impactful and memorable story of queer identity, victimhood, and self-forgiveness […] Sam Woof is a gifted writer and performer and it feels like we’ve witnessed something very special”
"[With] a sharp script with witty insights [Don't Shoot the Albatross] offers a profound mix of comedy and emotion to expose both queer experience and the nature of contemporary society’
Praise for previous work:
Musical Theatre Review
“Mark my words, Sam Woof is going to be a strong voice […] in years to come”
Cast & Creative Team Writer, composer & performer: SAM WOOF (they/them)
Producers: MRINMOYEE ROY (she/her) and LOWRI SPEAR (she/her)
Marketing Manager: NATASHA MALLETT (she/her)