A sniper kills people he does not know but not at random. He is very selective, believing that he is an artist, a reformer, and a crusading terrorist. He is clear about his art but not his motives, especially about what he wants to reform The play has one major part and eight small ones.
The play was performed on several stages at Cambridge University and then taken to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe where the newspaper The Scotsman, said, it “is concerned with related issues of death, war, and urban guerrillas. The density of meaning that arises is unexpected and thought provoking.”