For the last six months Gina’s worked as a therapist in a prison for super-villains, determined to turn every last one into a hero. This audacious fusion of comic-book energy, theatre, and shadow puppets is her story.
Follow Gina as she plunges into the Powered Offenders Institute, and is forced to question everything she believes in. Her charges include King Cobra; a female drug-lord peddling hallucinogens, Lady Injustice; two college kids fused into one body, and Ink Lord; able to bring art to life, and angry enough to burn the world down.
From Daddy issues (that therapy staple) to toxic masculinity, queerness, classism, and mental health, Gina grapples with problems she’s ill-equipped to face. Will they see the error of their ways? Or is the error Gina’s in thinking they’re redeemable? Join us for a comedy-drama exploring redemption, rehabilitation and the nature of evil (but funny)
Press & Reviews
Always Time for Theatre ★★★★★
"Plenty of vision & never a dull moment” "the kind of work which sells fringe theatre as a vital space for exciting new work"
Comedy to Watch ★★★★1/2
“truly insightful, extremely funny and yet also quite affecting" "extremely clever puppetry”
London Pub Theatres ★★★★
“Effortlessly quick and witty... riotous good fun packed full of high energy escapades and brimming with human warmth.”
View from the Cheap Seat
"smart, inventive and thoughtful" "truly insightful, extremely funny"
London Theatre 1 ★★★★
Off-West-End Award: Finalist
Cast & Creative Team Director: MICHA MIRTO
Writer/Producer: KT ROBERTS
Cast: EMMA RICHARDSON, ROBBIE BELLEKOM, FRANCESCA FORRISTAL, SOFIA ENGSTRAND, KT ROBERTS (puppeteer)
Puppet Design: ROBBIE BELLEKOM
Artwork: KC LYLARK
Photography: SAM ELWIN