This theatrical two-hander was inspired by Armstrong and Kightley's upbringing.
Two childhood mates, a Samoan and a Palagi, discover cultural difference and commonality in a 1960s suburb.
"A rich and satisfying experience," said NBR critic John Smythe, "with complex currents rippling beneath its warm, delightful, generous flow. It's the sort of play that reminds us why theatre was invented a character-based comedy of insight that confronts us with our real world but doesn't preach. It deserves to enjoy a long and fruitful life both here and abroad."
Published in the Playmarket Play Series 2009 with The Tutor