If you could lie without flinching, corrupt without caring and succeed at all costs - how far could you go - how much could you make? From the early promise of the 70s through to unrelenting capitalism of the 80s and 90s, follow George on the journey from innocence to savage greed and knotted honesty, as he invents three golden rule for success, whatever the cost. An electrifying dark morality tale, this new play from award- winning writer marks Dennis Kelly's Royal Court debut
Dennis Kelly is an internationally acclaimed writer with his plays performed in over thirty countries. Stage plays include Debris, Osama the Hero, After the End, Love and Money, Taking Care of Baby, DNA, Orphans, and The Gods Weep. For Television he co-wrote and created the BBC comedy Pulling and has written and created Utopia for Channel Four. He also wrote the book for Matilda the Musical (Royal Shakespeare Company) for which he recently won the Tony award for Best Book of a Musical.