“STUCK” an evening of nine short plays & interludes | The Gay Beggars Drama Group Basel
The range of subjects, from future fantasy to mystery to intrigue to comedy, was wide, the pace was steady, and the roller-coaster of emotions evoked by the various presentations was nonstop, thanks to expert staging and swift, seamless transitioning from one play to the next. In planning one-act festivals, companies generally choose either to ask playwrights to create works inspired by a particular theme or open their submissions to any play that fits their time parameters. In curating their second one-act festival, Nine Winning One-Acts, The Group Rep chose the latter, resulting in an eclectic array of pieces with far-reaching themes.
Intelligent writing, authentic performances harnessed by skilled directors produces a winning score for this production.
Jarrett Christensen - Tolucan Times Every single actor is brilliant of course, I would expect nothing less from GRT, but I have to say the material really is exceptionally good. Click here to get tickets.
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