'Adam' is spectacular in scope and brings a vital real life perspective on trans issues
CommonSpace theatre critic Tara Fitzpatrick says 'Adam' should be seen by as wide an audience as possible
GENDER is everywhere. It fuels our identity politics and governs our life choices and behaviour. The distinctions of gender are so entrenched that they even permeate our everyday language.
Adam Kashmiry identifies this in his opening monologue to Adam, the National Theatre of Scotland’s (NTS) new production based on the story of his own transgender experience.