// 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.
“Wohead’s performance and projected drawings set the work apart from most in the usually unoriginal genre of teen-romance.”
Main photo: Rod Farry
Production photos: Rosie Powell
Supported by BAC, The Basement, and Camden People’s Theatre
16-17 Nov 13 // Word of Warning, Manchester, UK
8 March 13 // The Lantern Theatre, Sheffield, UK
7 March 13 // The Carriageworks, Leeds, UK
10 December 12 // The Bike Shed, Exeter, UK
20 November 12 // Wales Millennium Centre (Weston Studio), Cardiff, UK
13-14 November 12 // Camden Peoples Theatre, London, UK
14 May 12 // The Yard, London, UK
3 December 11 // The Basement, Brighton, UK