Clare Hennesy’s Tongue Tied is an exploration of ethics, integrity and how passion can mess up even the best laid plans. Tongue Tied explores the ‘culture’-centric corporate world, where the charmingly un-corporate demeanor and ultra-white, masculine and privileged environment obscure more insidious dealings.
Mia landed the scoop of a lifetime, and she’s not going to let anything stand in her way. Parker loves one thing: his job at Sunday Juice. They’ve landed in a PR nightmare, and he has every intention to pull them out of it. But they didn’t plan on falling into each others laps.
Passion has a tendency to ruin even the best of intentions and the most perfectly pronounced of political dispositions. When so many things in her life have to be black or white, Mia finds herself falling, spectacularly, into the grey areas.
Tongue Tied was first produced at Kings Cross Theatre from November 11-26, 2022.
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