FWT struggled to achieve what it set out to do, and this is somewhat of a shame given the stellar performances showcased.
Although the themes explored are overtly dark, there is a subtlety conveyed by the acting that makes it a multi-layered and exciting production.
The Wasp is a play that thrives on plot twists and actively tries to shock its audience at every turn.
Thoughtful touches, along with a stellar cast, ensured that Crushed Shells and Mud was as enjoyable as a play concerned with its heavy subject matter could possibly be.
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The Collingwood College Woodplayers’ performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat was an extremely entertaining production.
Urinetown is the ideal release from summative stress, and I would highly recommend going to see it if you fancy a good giggle.