CUT posits a world in which everyone is broken, and getting ‘fixed’ isn’t as important as coming to terms with one’s brokenness. As a reading, it is magnificently forthcoming, enticingly intelligent, and beautifully unsettling.
"(Khalida is) a dense, challenging and noteworthy achievement for playwright David Fancy. It is a compact, dynamic, poignant, and politically relevant piece of writing that deftly steers its way through war, torture, isolation, love, confession, revelation and peace. And it is not without humour."