In through the out door

In Through Out small 2

The company’s first production in 1998 under the guise of ‘Imperial Fringe’ was entitled “In through the Out Door”, and comprised three plays with reflections on oppressions of different kinds: “Gotcha” by Keefe, which revisited the 70s to explore the story of a comprehensive school boy failed by the system; “One for the Road” by Pinter which presented a dissident family beaten into submission by a police state, and “No Way Out” by Sartre (translated by Frank Hauser), concerning life after death in monotonous company.