Mies Julie

Drama

Off-West End

Riverside Studios

Until Sun May 19 2013

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Funmi

It is amazing how Ms Faber succeeded in exploring the chaos of post-aparthied in this piece. Brilliant performances by the cast. One comment here says 'yes, we know apartheid was a vile and despicable policy, but after two decades, get over it ...' Really?! Has South Africa got over it? I think not. Well, this script does a good job at telling us why. And the cast was brilliant.

Funmi

It is amazing how Ms Faber succeeded in exploring the chaos of post-aparthied in this piece. Brilliant performances by the cast. One of the commentators here says 'yes, we know apartheid was a vile and despicable policy, but after two decades, get over it ...' Emmm that comment suggests the writer did not get it at all.

BB

Excellent performance!! Outstanding actors ! Keeps you breathless in your seat.

LJvR

Acting excellent, but the script and particularly the direction were substandard. The audience are not as unintelligent as Ms Farber seems to think -- WE GET IT!! No need to go over the same ground again and again. As for the electronic subsonic hum -- it is the most irritating -- not to mention arrogant -- piece of amateurism I have ever endured in a theatre - professional or otherwise (and this is borderline). This production is certainly a case of the emperor's new clothes -- yes, we know apartheid was a vile and despicable policy, but after two decades, get over it (and stop trying to capitalise on it, Ms Farber, surely you have something else in your artistic armoury). Less is more, subtlety is a good thing,