by Maxwell Anderson
presented by OutFox Productions

Christine Penmark has it all. A loving husband. A beautiful home. The perfect daughter.

But when tragedy strikes on Rhoda’s school trip, and a classmate is discovered drowned, Christine is forced to confront the growing number of “accidents” that happen when her daughter is around. Obedient, charming and intelligent beyond her years, Rhoda is a parent’s dream child. But what if underneath the sweet exterior beats the heart of a cold-blooded sociopath?

Regarded as one of Broadway’s outstanding and chilling hits, OutFox Productions present Pulitzer Prize winner Maxwell Anderson’s play, adapted from the critically acclaimed novel by William March.

The Bad Seed is revived by OutFox, whose previous work at the Jack includes Frank Wedekind’s Spring Awakening, Patrick Hamilton’s Rope and Sarah Daniel’s The Gut Girls. The Bad Seed is  presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Limited.

Press on this production

OutFox Productions are on to a winner….the audience slowly shuffles to the edge of their seats as some truly terrifying events unfold Stage Review ★★★★
The Brockley Jack is always an amazing place to see fringe productions and The Bad Seed is absolutely one of them.
Everything Theatre ★★★★
This play is beautifully produced West End Wilma ★★★★
this production rightly chooses to let the acting and dialogue ‘sing’ unaccompanied: more productions should have this level of confidence in its performers and in the text. London Theatre 1 ★★★★
John Fricker’s sensitive and exciting production of Maxwell Anderson’s psychological thriller keeps the audience in suspense throughout the performance… Another hit for OutFox Productions UK Theatre Network
a strongly acted and well directed piece with an intriguing premise London Pub Theatres
a wonderfully atmospheric and spine-tingling play Fairy Powered Productions

Tues 14 March to  Sat 1 April  2017  at 7.45m
(No performances on Sundays or Mondays. Suitable for over 14+)

Tickets: £15, £12 conc

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