"Your parents are scared you're going to end up as screwed up as they are. It's a factory conveyer belt and nobody can get on it. You think you're the centre of the world, Jason, entitled to everything. But try and occasionally listen to your parents. They genuinely care about you. Which is amazing, given what a complete asshole you are."
"Saving Jason is a comedy that packs a punch... It keeps the audience in stitches of laughter throughout."The Upcoming
"Quilter's unorthodox black comedy really does hit all the right buttons... An admirable new play with a lot of issues to get your teeth into... Darkly funny, thought provoking and shockingly current."Stage Review
"A clever, intimate and heartfelt play."Love London
"Jason's final turnaround is beautifully handled... Interesting fun... Rumbustious... Tremendous."TheatreCat
"Just the right amount of humour alongside tension that explodes in all the right moments."My Theatre Mates
"The play manages to tackle serious issues through the absurd and ridiculous due to quick wit and strong performances... It is a fantastic interpretation of an age old situation."The Upcoming
"An incredible new play... To be able to convey sucj a tension filled topic with humour is an extraordinary feat... Outrageously hilarious with laugh out loud moments... Not to be missed."On In London
Saving Jason Script
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The year is 1996. Trevor and Linda have been struggling for a while to deal with the behaviour of their rebellious teenage son Jason. In a moment of madness, they hatch a plan to create his own funeral in their living room. The idea being that when Jason attends, he will be confronted by his own mortality, and the shock will enable him to start re-thinking his life. A life currently filled with midnight raves, suspicious friends, and Ecstasy tablets.