‘We’re supposed to be assessing their potential as college students, not conducting a quasi-criminal investigation.’
Out of 37,451 applicants to Eliot University, Angela stands out – but not for the right reasons. An ambiguous event in her past threatens to overshadow her talent, her potential and her future prospects. Can she overcome the prejudices of those judging her application, or is she already tainted beyond redemption?
Crackling with razor-sharp dialogue, Acceptance asks whether we can ever escape our past, and investigates the destructive side of our search for acceptance. It premiered at Hampstead Theatre Downstairs, London, in 2018.
Amy Ng’s other plays include Shangri-La (Finborough Theatre, London).
‘Intriguing… tackles big issues’
‘Powerful, thoughtful… tackles themes that resonate particularly strongly in light of the #MeToo movement and allegations of sexual assault against men like Harvey Weinstein’
— The Stage