Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
"I am filled with admiration for their boldness in tackling Shakespeare head-on and not coming away the loser.
Generally amateurs shy from the Bard because of pitfalls in the multi-layered text.
The director treated it as a tale of crossed love and mistaken identity, with pace and style. The outcome was an absorbing night of theatre.
The cast rarely put a foot wrong. Their dialogue and diction were natural for the period and they treated Shakespeare's text as much with drama as with reverence."
Jim Hutchon-Weekly News