written and directed by Penelope Skinner
performed by Donald Sage Mackay

Presented by Francesca Moody Productions and Popcorn Group in association with Aspen Fringe and SEARED.

Soho Theatre
5 - 30 March 2019
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Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe Festival
2 – 26 August 2018

Playwright and Director: Penelope Skinner
Lighting Design: Zac Macro
Sound Design: Dominic Kennedy
Projection Design: Stanley Orwin-Fraser

Donald Sage Mackay


"Packs a giant punch"
★★★★ The Scotsman

“It is a fierce, clear warning of what is going on, and it is utterly terrifying”
★★★★ Whatsonstage

"Ruthlessly funny"
★★★★ FEST

Played with butter-wouldn’t-melt amiability by an excellent Donald Sage Mackay”
★★★★ The Guardian

"Sharply observed"
★★★★ The Independent

"Quietly Breathtaking" New York Times

"Sage Mackay is brilliant"
★★★★★ i Newspaper

"Brilliantly skewers the meninist movement"
★★★★ Timeout

"How one man's fury can escalate into a forest fire"
★★★★ The Times

"A piece of taut, gut-punching writing"
★★★★★ The National

"Shows like Angry Alan, attempting to understand how men like Roger are bewitched by them, are a good, necessary thing and there should be more of them"
★★★★★The Skinny

"A powerful and critical assessment of dangerous men and where they go online"
★★★★ A Younger Theatre

Anyone leaving this performance unmoved has to be made of stone. Challenging, provocative and dark, with a powerful gut punch that will leave you speechless and forever changed"
★★★★★ Broadway Baby

"Like a punch to the stomach"
★★★★ Broadway World

"A force to be reckoned with"
★★★★★ Theatre Weekly

“Looking out over the country, this country, where I was born and raised,
I wonder what’s going to become of us. Because this can’t be the future, can it? Everyone just… changing the rules?”

Roger thinks the world’s gone mad. He hates his job, his ex-wife torments him and to top it all, his girlfriend just discovered feminism. Roger’s about to lose his shit. Until he discovers Angry Alan: online activist and “voice of reason”…

A darkly comic new play about masculinity in crisis from award-winning playwright Penelope Skinner, performed by Donald Sage Mackay.