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The Servant of Two Masters presented by the Adelaide University Fringe Club is a slightly confusing but nevertheless entertaining story. Showing at the Armoury Lawns behind the Adelaide Museum, the talented cast rely on voice projection to enable the audience to hear. It was at times difficult to hear what each character was saying, therefore, making it a little hard to follow what was happening in the plot. With entertaining pauses, audience acknowledgments and a great enthusiastic cast, the play had the audience laughing the majority of the way through. Shown in a beautiful location, the cast made use of the Museum’s stairs and balcony to add an element of surprise. Although a little long, the soap opera come comedy had me laughing and smiling.
Kryztoff Rating: 2.5K
So I wanted to support our local actors and productions, so here, in a slight break of tradition, is a RAW Preview for The Servant of Two Masters.
The Servant of Two Masters has it all!
From star-crossed lovers, mistaken identities, big hair, and suspenseful stares to eyepatches and women dressed as women dressed as men. Sappy soap opera meets traditional tomfoolery in the University of Adelaide Fringe Club’s adaptation of this classic Italian commedia dell’arte.
It’s only on three times this weekend, Fri 26th, Sat 27th and Sun 28th Feb on the Back Armoury Lawns, behind the Art Gallery and State Library, starting at 6:30pm.
Originally written by Carlo Goldoni, this theatre piece is directed by Freyja Stokes and Bronwyn Ward.
>> Get your tix here FringeTix.