“Love is a search for faith. Love is passion. Putting your hand in the fire and believing. Ripping your heart out and laying it on a sidewalk for mobs to trample. What would you do for love?”

In present day Cairo, two men are forced to confront their cultural identities, traditions and a repressive government in a gripping search for love and faith.

Tom Coash’s poignant, intimate play Cry Havoc explores the relationship between the Western world and the Islamic Middle East through the eyes of two people asking if love can bridge even the widest cultural divide.

Written by Tom Coash. Directed by Pamela Schermann. Set and costume design by Emily Bestow. Lighting design by Petr Vocka. 

Presented by Time Zone Theatre Ltd in association with The Production Exchange and Park Theatre

27 March - 20 April 2019 at Park Theatre, London. 

Info and booking

"Cry Havoc is a play that will break your heart... should not be missed under any circumstances" Artlink

"Tom Coash, who spent four years teaching playwriting at the American University in Cairo, has written a small, sensitive romantic drama" New York Times

Make a free website with Yola