Mirror Game (without mirrors)
First, we particularly enjoyed the staging in general, which permitted us to understand the story without understanding English very well. The actors were very expressive.
The way that they interpreted the parents (only with their voices) was very original too.
The actors succeeded in making us laugh or think about relationships between parents and children.
Although the staging was explicit and understandable, the setting was very disappointing : we expected mirrors, or something else, but there was only a few chairs.
Music was totally unlinked with the problematic of the play, just a techno rhythm with very elaborate lyrics... (love me... ♪ kiss me... ♪ love me... ♪ kiss me...♪)
The public was a bit noisy, I think it was unpleasant for the actors.
Finally, it was a good play, very funny but a bit simple as far as the setting and the music were concerned.
DIOP MOHAMED LE MAGNIFIQUE