Where you standing? I say where you standing on this? You think it happened or you don't think it happened?
Generations of secrets have broken the Brook family.
Siblings split-up, traded-off, treated differently.
Angel, the youngest, has called a family meeting to sift through the wreckage. And she's not leaving until they've confronted the truth about how and why her family failed her.
Torn by British playwright and actor Nathaniel Martello-White was published to coincide with its world premiere at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs on 7 September 2016.
About the Author
Nathaniel Martello-White is a British actor and playwright. Best-known for his acting career, with credits including Joe Turner's Come And Gone and The Brothers Size at the Young Vic, as well as A Midsummer Night's Dream, City Madame, Marat/Sade (RSC), Innocence (Arcola) and Oxford Street (Royal Court), he has also written an anthology of poetry called A Western Nightmare. Blackta, Martello-White's first play, premiered at the Young Vic in 2012.