This is the best drama I’ve seen so far at the fringe, really compelling stuff. The writing was sharp, poignant and the actors matched the stakes wonderfully. I think it’s the first show at the fringe I’ve left wanting more, this 60 minute one-act should (and hopefully will) be turned into a two-act play. The scenes are tight and each revelation digs you deeper into the heart and mind of the motivations for each of the characters. The dialogue was always high stakes and yet it remained believable honest and real, a difficult feat to achieve. Definitely worth catching, can’t wait to see what else the playwright puts together in the future.
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