Hector is a London psychiatrist who has a seemingly perfect life: a perfect job, a perfect girlfriend, following the routines every day. Until one day in the middle of a session with a patient, he is forced to think about the question whether he is actually happy with his life
"Does anyone know where I can find a copy of the rules of thought, feeling and behavior in these circumstances? It seems like there should be a rule book somewhere that lays out everything exactly the way one should response to a loss like this."
This review is going to be a little bit different from the others because Mojo is a 1995 play written by Jez Butterworth.
And since it has been one year since opening night I am going to talk about the written play as well as the production that was staged at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London in the Fall season 2013
A boy is finally allowed to go to a better school, which he could not do so far, due to his skincolour. While he is more than happy about getting a better education, he is still being bullied, because of the way he looks. Sounds like an awefully familiar part of history?
Waking up in a dark box, remembering nothing but your first name and suddenly being pulled out by a group of strangers in a place you have never been before - Sounds like a nightmare? Maybe, but that's exactly what is happening to the boy Thomas in the James Dashner's The Maze Runner.