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Old Frenemies

red squirrels united · Ages 12+ · includes nudity · world premiere · United States of America

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MARIA SCOTT certified reviewer June 24, 2018
A very well written and very well performed play. It is very funny and not just in parts, but in its entirety. The humor of this play, the intelligence, the perks, plus the use of the entire space in the theater as a stage, really involves a viewer. There were constant surprises generating constant laughter. It was a very entertaining play to watch.... full review
BONNIE SOLOMON certified reviewer June 18, 2018
tagged as: Brilliant!!
Highly enjoyable. Really funny with a surprising amount of depth. Great writing and performances.... full review
FIONA GOODWIN certified reviewer June 09, 2018
tagged as: fun · farce · comedy
Very well put together - fun and very English! An I Tigua got story!... full review
BOB PRITCHARD certified reviewer June 08, 2018
Hilarious and so well written. Great cast.... full review
MARTHA HACKETT certified reviewer June 10, 2018
tagged as: Strongly recommend
A very fun evening at the theatre! Ms. Bain can sure write a great joke, and deliver it too! A strong cast rounds out the crisp delivery of British countryside wit and humor, a la Alan Ayckbourn.... full review
DENISE KAUTTER certified reviewer June 24, 2018
tagged as: funny · intense · moving
Some great acting!... full review
TRISTAN SCOTT June 15, 2018
A wonderfully fun modern day farce a la Noel Coward. ... full review
RAV K certified reviewer June 13, 2018
A fun show with a great story line. Lovely romantic twists with some wonderful one-liners.... full review
MIKE HAIN certified reviewer June 12, 2018
What a fun 90 minutes it went by so quickly. Very funny and entertaining. ... full review
CORINNA SCOTT June 24, 2018
The play opens with a man in a red squirrel costume dancing and taking selfies with the audience members. A couple travels to the countryside and already they are off to a rough start as they navigate through the forest to try and find their lodging on a farm. The couple Charlotte (Wendy Bain) and Duncan (Nick Hardcastle) are arguing about everything. They meet one of the owners of the farm, a woman named Lesley (Lisa Gorgin) who is trying to turn the property into holiday homes, claims to recognize Charlotte from some where. Gethin (Craig Robert Young) does not want his farm turned into holiday homes. Duncan is trying to film and protect the red squirrels, while Charlotte is trying to keep an eye on her husband as he has been unfaithful in... full review

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