Kenneth and Sandra, hip kids in kicky 1967 London, initially bond over a shared love of music, drugs and hippie aphorisms. But as they age, the two eventually settle into lives of careerist monotony and squandered ideals. Twenty- and forty-odd years from their initial meeting, we’re left not just to examine not just how they went wrong as parents and partners, but to understand the baby boomer legacy as the generation moves into old age. Olivier Award–winning British playwright Mike Bartlett (King Charles III) brings his brilliant production to the Roundabout stage for the first time.
Audience: Teens and Adults