Furious Theatre Company is back on stage at The Pasadena Playhouse's Carrie Hamilton Theatre. Check out the LA Times review:
Picture the witch-hunting of “The Crucible” at the hands of a modern Orwellian state and you have the broad contours of Dawn King’s “Foxfinder,” which receives an atmospheric, take-no-prisoners co-production from Furious Theatre Company in association with Oregon-based Artists Repertory Theatre.
Set in a dystopian near-future Britain where propaganda and scapegoating go together like tea and crumpets, King’s sci-fi drama posits a wry solution to the central problem facing any self-respecting totalitarian regime seeking to maintain power amid food shortages wrought by climate change: If you can’t target minorities in a post-politically correct world, whom do you single out for blame when things go wrong? Why, those perennial targets of English pest control efforts: foxes.