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This sad episode, which raised important concerns about cyber-bullying and the persecution of gay students, is an obvious inspiration for Christopher Shinn’s play, here receiving its UK premiere.
The key moments of conflict feel clichéd, and the attempts to evoke student hedonism are as exciting as a tax return.
Most of the characters are sketchily drawn, and vivid performances — especially from Matthew Marsh as the university’s frustrated president — don’t compensate for the story’s rambling blandness.
Teddy Ferrara is a socially awkward first-year undergraduate who leads a double life as a webcam exhibitionist.
Despite his eager online fanbase, his sense of isolation prompts suicidal thoughts, and Ryan Mc Parland traces his contradictory nature.