Cry Havoc is a fiercely political play that challenges its audience to consider the scope of differences between cultures, nations and lovers. Two men, one British and the other Egyptian, struggle to make sense of their respective worlds when the latter is severely beaten in what looks like a common gay-bashing. But is there a deeper reason for the attack? Is it justice to retaliate an eye-for-an-eye? And to what lengths are we prepared to go in the name of our God? Directed by P. Marston Sullivan.
There is no performance on Monday, April 27.