TUNA by Rosanna Suppa
TUNA is a darkly comic play about social mobility, female criminality, and the unsexy side of growing up around guns. Spurred on by the promise of higher education, one girl monologues her way through rehabilitation groups for young offenders and tries not to become a product of her upbringing. Which should be easy, because you get really bored of shotguns if you played with them as a kid.
Semi-autobiographical and stored in brine.
"I really really liked TUNA at Vaults, a refreshingly hilarious working class story painting a rich and optimistic portrait of youth criminality."
★★★★ BritishTheatre - "An absolute gem of a play."
★★★★ LondonTheatre1 - "A phenomenal performance."
★★★★ Broadway World - "Thoroughly capitvating."