The Huns by Michael Ross Albert
The morning after a break-in at a tech company, three co-workers assemble for a conference call to discuss the burglary. What starts as a civilized, professional meeting swiftly devolves into a brutal showdown that puts everyone’s careers -- and their hopes for future happiness-- in jeopardy.
A menacing, new workplace comedy about millennial anxieties, minor revolutions, and modern-day barbarians.
Produced at Streetcar Crowsnest, Guloien Theatre (Toronto Fringe Festival), July 2019
"An outstanding production with acute insight into the modern workplace. "
"It’s funny, it’s moving, it’s fantastically sharp in both technical execution and societal incision"
-My Entertainment World
"A thrilling hour of relatable madness."
" It made me laugh, it made me angry, I felt anxious and sad and so many other things I couldn’t articulate if I tried, and that is something rare in any theatre..."
-Stage Door Toronto
"Razor-sharp, brutally honest..."
-Life with More Cowbell