A short play that revolves around whether to produce a ‘sure-fire-hit’ type film with a very big star or an enlightening, philosophical, intellectually rewarding movie. With a little sexual blackmail in the shape of an ambitious personal assistant, the crackling exchanges between two producers, Bobby and Charlie, is quick, witty, outrageous and very, very funny.
Featuring Gavin Yap and Douglas Lim, a hilariously funny and wicked tale about the battle between art and greed, set against the modern movie making business. Directed by Paul Loosley.
|Snuck a picture of the stage before the show started|
I had read that the dialogue delivery was supposed to be fast paced, but I certainly wasn't expecting it to be at the speed everyone was going at, and the play finished about in about an hour, give or take 5 or 10 minutes. People were laughing at the low brow, like the swear words and stuff. If the text of the play was harder to find, I'd be upset. There was also some fake punching in the third scene, and the fake blood was still a little too pink from where I was sitting (which I forgot to write in the feedback form after the show). I was also home before 11 p.m.