It’s a Wonderful Life [A live radio play]
By Joe Landry – directed by Terese Maurici.
Dynamic performances by a cast – most of whom are changing character every few minutes. One minute we love them, the next, we are affronted by the character’s behaviour – a serious acting challenge in anyone’s book. George Bailey’s dilemma is delivered with song, colour, and convincing dialogue. With one exception, the community of Bedford Falls look like a nice bunch of folk.
Should you get the opportunity to see this production – based on the classic James Stewart film and performed as a 1940s live radio style with a studio audience – it scores pretty well with the heart strings! An absolute “must-see”.
Heidelberg Theatre Company, 36 Turnham Avenue, Rosanna, Melbourne VIC Australia.
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