Shaun Rennie is a director that taps into personal, character-driven threads of human longing to build worlds, and Trevor is no exception. In his hands, the play is both devastatingly funny and plain devastating.
— Timeout
Jamie Oxenbould as Trevor. Pic by Clare Hawley

Jamie Oxenbould as Trevor. Pic by Clare Hawley

Inspired by true events, Trevor is a subversive comedy about fame, flawed communication and love. And, the lies we tell ourselves to keep people - anyone - from taking away an erratic, beloved 200-pound chimpanzee.


Directed by Shaun Rennie 

Cast: Di Adams, Jamie Oxenbould, Jemwel Danao, Eloise Snape, Garth Holcombe, David Lynch, Ainslie McGlynn

Producer Jeremy Waters Presented by Outhouse Theatre Co Set & Costume Design: Jonathan Hindmarsh Lighting Design: Kelsey Lee Sound Design: Melanie Herbert Production Manager Katherine Shearer Fight Director: Nigel Poulton

Shaun Rennie’s direction is dextrous and sharp (particularly in his handling of the traverse stage and demands of multiple focus moments) and the cast, led by Oxenbould and Adams, is outstanding.
— Stage Noise