Drowning in Veronica Lake

Revisit the Golden Age of Hollywood via the sordid underbelly of the film industry in Flaxworks latest production, a darkly comic tribute to 1940’s screen siren - Veronica Lake. Brilliant and beautiful, in 1942 Lake was the hottest discovery in Hollywood, dining with the President and piloting her own plane across the continent. In less than a decade she was stuck in a dramatic nose dive - famously sued by her own mother and bankrupted by the IRS. Now forty years later, trapped somewhere between Paramount and Purgatory, she wrestles with stardom, booze the wrong men and her spectacular decline into obscurity. Now in glorious living colour - Veronica Lake – created, designed, manufactured by Hollywood.