It is lovely, isnít it? Very relevant with its take on colonialism, which has somehow reared its ugly head again, hypocrisy, the wrongdoings of the church and the failure of mankind to learn from the mistakes of the past. I think all of the board moderators liked it very much, despite our very different tastes when it comes to theatre, though the second half isnít as powerful as the first, which I found to be one of the most impressive things Iíve seen in the theatre in a long time.
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