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on June 17, 2011 :
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this play. I found the excellent writing drew me in and pulled old school friends into the characters making the read intriguing, compelling me to read on. Interestingly as I read ‘Friends Uninvited’ again a few weeks after that first read, I am finding new twists and turns within the characters that I did not see before. I will be looking out to see when this play is available in my area, watching professional actors bringing the play to life anew is bound to make it an enjoyable evening out. Can’t wait.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on June 08, 2011 :
I saw "Friends Uninvited" during its tour of North Yorkshire several years ago, and it was quite the audience favorite. The play has a subtle, unpretentious comic style which does not preclude moments of raucous physical humour that had the audience in stitches. It does have a rather deliberate pace for starters, but the texture the author carefully creates pays off with farcical climaxes that reveal all. "Skinny" Jill's manic attempt to recreate herself into an irresistible feminine force is wonderfully balanced by slob Roger's immovable masculine object, and it is all played out in front of the disbelieving Duncan's eyes. Security expert Duncan tentatively drops off his business card at a reunion and he - and his apartment - reap the whirlwind. I remember it as a wry object lesson on how modern technology can bring us closer together, even when it shouldn't! It was a fun night out and I'm glad to see it made available for further productions.
(reviewed the day of purchase)