The Indian Boy
Written for the RSC, The Indian Boy was inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream. A ‘wild child’ is found in the last clump of woodland left on a building development. The builder, Peter, wants him out of the way. The psychologist, Julius, wants to protect him. His wife, June, wants to understand him and all the time something even wilder seems intent on escaping from the forest.
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