Auckland's Massive Company began in 1998 as a youth theatre group, committed to developing multi-cultural talent. Sons for the Road records a big moment in their evolution: performing at London's Royal Court Theatre, whose long history includes launching another piece of cross-cultural fertilisation, The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The play the company is performing is The Sons of Charlie Paora, a tale of rugby players and troubled male identity developed by Massive, and Brit writer/actor Lennie James. The Independent called the play "wonderfully engaging".
Scully from <em>X-Files</em> - she's gonna open the same night as us.– Actor Max Palamo