Surrounded by a projected landscape of his eerie imaginings, a man interacts with various ghosts from his past and ritualises his obsessions with the few remaining objects left at his disposal. Meaning slowly disintegrates, rationality crumbles, past and present are fused into a continuous verbal monologue as his situation becomes increasingly bizarre.
"This is a rough, disturbing production, but voyeuristically mesmerising, nonetheless — in the manner of a car accident or American Psycho."
Fiona Scott-Norman, The Bulletin
"The Room is not a comfortable evening in the theatre. It is well worth it, however, for Jerome Pride’s intricate performance and the emergence of a strong new voice in Raimondo Cortese."
Simon Hughes, The Age