THE PAIN OF EVERYDAY
EVERYTHING SHE EVER SAID TO ME
Written by Keziah Warner
Directed by Benjamin Henson
presented by SCRATCH New Writing
at The Basement Studio, Lower Greys Ave, Auckland
From 17 Apr 2012 to 21 Apr 2012
Reviewed by James Wenley, 19 Apr 2012
originally published in Theatre Scenes - Auckland Theatre Blog
Jo's everyday interactions are characterised by a sort of agony. As played by Kayleigh Haworth, she's an intriguing study of indecision, awkwardness, tension and a constant internal torment about what to reveal, keep to herself, and behave.
Keziah Warner's new play Everything She Ever Said to Me, speaks to the painfulness of conversation and the tyranny of the mundane. She's teamed with Director Benjamin Henson, who arrived in Auckland from Britain around the same time as Warner, and have made a welcome contribution to our theatre scene, with their Scratch New Writing initiative, who they produce this work under. [More]
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