Age of Angels
- Greer Ogston
- 16 August 2007
This article is from 2007.
This piece explores one cataclysmic moment during which ten lives collide. The school kids’ ball goes over the fence and across a busy road, beginning an unstoppable chain. One actor tells the story from multiple perspectives, creating each character in exquisite detail and providing an intricate glimpse of their lives from the inside out. A rail of clothes adorns a near empty stage, which gradually become cast aside as each character is revealed. It’s a slow starter which evolves into an addictive thriller. (Greer Ogston)
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