Michael is late. Adam keeps vomiting. Two men face off in a hotel room. They mark each other with new scars, while tearing apart the old. Blood is shed. This claustrophobic new play looks at the intimacy of kinship, the fragility of the body, and the phantom limbs of family.
Blood Pressure is a razor-sharp play about family, guilt and difficult choices.
Writer Mark Rogers
Director Sanja Simic
Dramaturg Jennifer Medway
Lighting Designer Toby Knyvett
Sound Designer Tegan Nicholls
Photographer Carly Young
with Wade Briggs and Alex Millwood
First performed at the Old Fitzroy Theatre, presented by Bodysnatchers in association with Tamarama Rock Surfers.