The Golden Dragon

Theatre, Drama
Be transported to the world of a busy kitchen in this production of German playwright Roland Schimmelpfennig's modern tale of immigration and identity. It's an experimental piece that riffs on an old fable.


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A very interesting play about the hard life of immigrants and the lives of people around them. The actors did a very good job switching roles and going quickly from comedy to tragedy, A must see.

Saw this on the opening night and was really impressed, the play is fast paced, funny and heart-wrenchingly sad. The cast play characters of different ages and genders for good comic effect, and the (extremely) current topic of immigration is explored without beating you over the head.

This fantastic script was really well done. The actors did a great job dealing with the quick changes in both scene and character. But most importantly each individual story came together to form a cohesive experience.