Potentially the most joyfully odd concept at this year’s Fringe festival is part revival of the classic Beckett existential romp Waiting for Godot and part escape room. The cast led us on a truly fun and bizarre journey. It’s wonderfully weird.
Absolute fun for the small audience, this interactive piece had me laughing out loud as the audience joined together to figure out what we were supposed to be doing. The audience plays an active roll in making sure the show keeps moving for. It's clever and fun!
Because this is actually an escape game that is played out by the audience as the play is performed, I am going to remain light on details.
Have you ever lived with someone and it didn't work out? Like a manic, time-jumping fever dream- Bobbie and August recreate all of their highs and lows of their relationship. Only, they have differing memories and perceptions of the events.