Four Men in their Respective Cells

Four Men in their Respective Cells


We think we know ourselves and our world. This play challenges that belief. It follows four characters imprisoned, physically and mentally, by their own madness. From serial killers to madmen to victims of gang stalking, each one has a story to tell. But can they be trusted? A gripping new psychological drama, Four Men in their Respective Cells interrogates a disturbing question: if pushed, how far could we go? It asks what we really know about ourselves, our limits and our reality. For adventurous audiences - be ready to have your world challenged.

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