From shopping to shows, we did very well to do so much in one day. Undoubtedly, there are things we missed - which I plan to make up for later in the year - but I still thoroughly enjoyed the day, and we barely stopped!
Written in 1957, Arnold Wesker's play The Kitchen is just that; a busy kitchen at The Tivoli restaurant, where racial slurs fly, sexism is ripe and employees crumble under the rampant pressure of food service. As part of a module titled "Directed Public Performance", second year undergraduate students are tasked with taking on the both performance …
Everyone has one of those shows that sticks with them. From the moment the overture begins all the way to the final curtain call, Miss Saigon is that show for me.
The Addams Family is one of those families that almost everyone knows, right? Duh duh duh dum *click click*.
Think you know puppet shows? Think again. If what you know about puppetry is all Punch and Judy or The Muppets, then you clearly haven't met Fred. It had the audience in fits of giggles one minute, with Fred's inappropriate behaviour at a children's party, and reduced to tears the next, as Fred hit rock bottom. Truly 5-star.