Pacific Conference featured around a snobby aussie bloke signing a deal with a new american movie. It was funny to recognize the changes these american business men made when dealing with the Australian actor in order to make him feel more comfortable, like de-professionalizing their clothing and using terms such as “bloke”. Although the aussie accent is always a win in my opinion, the show relied on general stereotypes of international businessmen, from the sex crazed Indian to the bigoted American and the baffled Middle Eastern. It was a funny sketch about working in a mixed ethnicity environment, but overall lacked in the ingenuity I was looking for in a fringe show. In saying that, I respect the playwright and director Christofer Frey for putting up a show and seeing where it can take off! I think that it has potential and could go somewhere great.
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