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FRINGE REVIEW: Unnatural Selection

A well-meaning, extremely funny heartfelt work set in a Bible College, Unnatural Selection presents a surprisingly even-handed investigation into choice within the Christian faith. The four actors all have a nice rapport with one another and inhabit their characters with a sincere belief and conviction that helps open the work considerably to the audience. What’s especially interesting about the play is the integrity of objectivity it displays and it’s success in dramatizing the fundamental hierarchal shifts that are undergoing within all power structures. Fascinating theatre especially if you can approach with an open mind!

Four out of five stars.

more in Fringe Reviews     |     posted Aug 15th, 2010 at 3:08pm     

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