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My overall impression
One of the hardest jobs is to write and direct a farce comedy. With no experience we will end up having a chaos on stage with a slapstick comedy. Well thank God that wasn’t the case with the play “Bye-Bye”. I am glad that I saw the show. Laughing at our own hypocrisy and cruelty as human beings, this play balances all the emotions at once. They respected the rules of the farce from having the story happening in one location, to the absurdity of the scenes to the physical comedy… In this type of shows there are a lot of plot twists happening so you don’t need to follow the plot. The cast did a wonderful job where each one of the actors were playing sane and insane characters which relates to us as humans, we are in a constant battle between sanity and insanity. If you like smart, dark comedy that triggers your sub-conscience you will definitely like “Bye-Bye”