// an autobiographical performance

Welcome to Greg’s bedroom in Mesquite, Texas, 1998. The Savage Garden CD is on repeat, there’s a pile of dirty laundry in the corner and he can’t stop thinking about Sara. In this solo performance Greg tells you – from the perspective of a geeky teenager – the true story of the night he took a chance.

I like the way you wear your hair is a conversation with a past version of yourself. It’s about stomach butterflies, private thoughts and marching band conveyed with simple storytelling and a pico projector, throwing hand-drawn memories and DIY atmosphere onto the walls, floor and ceiling.

“Evocative autobiography and indie flick tales from Texas.”
David Micklem

“Wohead’s performance and projected drawings set the work apart from most in the usually unoriginal genre of teen-romance.”
The Latest 

Supported by BACThe Basement, and Camden People’s Theatre

This piece is currently available for touring. Please get in contact for more information.

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main image by Rod Farry