The Backseat of My Car (and other safe places) is an interactive true storytelling piece for one audience member at a time that takes place somewhere off by ourselves. It’s about being a teenager and those moments when you’re on the verge of something exciting.
It’s just me and you, and it kinda feels like something could happen.
“A truly intimate one-on-one coming of age journey whose gentle and richly evocative narrative brings audience and performer into genuine emotional as well as physical closeness.” – Total Theatre
“Just re-living it in my head while I write this is making my heart race” – Megan Vaughan, Synonyms for Churlish
Supported by Ford Credit Europe and Q-Park
Want to know more about Greg Wohead?
Greg Wohead is a Texan writer and performer based in London. He often makes solo theatre work and one-to-one pieces and has shown work at BAC, Camden People’s Theatre, The Basement, Hatch and The Yard, where he is an Artistic Associate. Greg has two productions featuring in this year’s Orbit Festival. Find out more about his other show Hurtling.