12:40, 03 - 29 Aug

Intelligence transports us into the basement of the US State Department, where two young Foreign Officers are forced to rethink their secret views on American diplomacy, working on a back-channel negotiation with Sarah MacIntyre, a charismatic but controversial special envoy.

As events on the ground push them deeper into role play, the question of when we make bargains with violent men becomes ever more personal and a future of war or peace hangs in the balance.



“Gripping”  – New York Times 
“Intelligence doesn't just pass the Bechdel-Wallace test, it raises the bar for what a feminist production can be” – 

Part of our Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme