New York City
Nineteen-year old John Lee struggles with alienation in a Britain where homophobia and racism leave him very much alone. Now, instead of attending Cambridge as planned, he sits in a prison cell, having confessed to shooting his lover in the public bathroom where they had their first sexual encounter. A winner of the 1993 London Fringe Award for best play, Porcelain dissects John’s crime through a prism of other voices-his Singaporean father, his memories of his lover, newscasts, man-on-the-street interviews, and the Rorschach tests of a prison psychiatrist.
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