Cry, Blueberry
  • Brighton Fringe

November, 1932. Blueberry, a clown on vaudevillian Broadway, wrestles with life-long guilt, fleeing from his pain both into performance and sex. His addictive escapes have finally lost him his wife right as he loses his employment. He enters his dressing-room for the last time, confesses to the audience and confronts his memories, mistakes and misdeeds - either to their conclusion, or his own.Poetic, heartfelt and honest, 'Cry, Blueberry' is a new magical-realist solo play praised with four stars at the Camden Fringe as one "to revere and respect" and "a strong and bold piece of theatre."