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Mark Thomson Director Josh Brown Lighting Designer Neal Clark Sound Designer By David Greig David Greig's San Diego is an unnerving and unpredictable kaleidoscopic play inspired by his first trip to America. It is populated by immigrants, actors, "hookers", pilots, daughters destroyed by their mental health, a multitude of Americans called Amy and also David Greig himself. It's a richly textured, tangled mesh of ideas and humanity where people consume or are consumed, where they search for meaning and "home" in deserts, meat packing plants, convents and bedrooms. In a kind of meta wasteland of fractured relationships and psyches of the personal and social it is underwritten by a playful theatricality that is often funny and with a care over the lost. 31 May / 7.30pm - Captioned performance. This production contains themes of an adult nature which may not be suitable for children.