23:00, Wed 17th – Sat 20th November 2010 at ADC Theatre
Michaelmas Week 6
Danny wants to be a dentist. Cathy wants to be famous. And Adam? He just wants to be a part of it all. But Leah is scared. She feels that lately things have been getting out of hand and then something really bad happens.
When a group of teenagers discover tragedy brings harmony to their otherwise fractious lives, where’s the incentive to put things right?
The Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club presents their 2010 Freshers’ lateshow: DNA. First performed in the Cottesloe Auditorium of the National Theatre in 2008, it is a poignant and beguiling tale with a very dark heart; a suburban Lord of the Flies for the iTouch generation.
The playwright, Dennis Kelly, won a prestigious Fringe First Award in 2009 for his play 'Orphans' and is best known as the writer of the hit BBC3 sitcom 'Pulling'.
"Grange Hill for the Skins generation." (4 stars, What'sOnStage.com)