Posted in Adelaide Fringe 2011

Other People’s Problems (Adelaide Fringe 2011)

Date: 6 March 2011

As Sarah Quinn takes to the stage in Other People’s Problems, you’re not quite sure what to make of this play, what follows though is a wonderfully written story about three unique characters all with different philosophies on giving and taking life advice.

Sarah Quinn is outstanding in this one woman play, proving she is not only talented, but absolutely versatile as she eases effortlessly into each character. Her appearance and mannerisms change between the characters both subtlety and drastically at the same time, proving she is definitely someone to keep a close eye on in future Fringe Festival.

Whilst the Bakehouse Theatre provides the perfect setting for the intimate portrayal of three very different lives, the 6pm show time means plenty of Fringe goers might miss out on seeing this performance.

Knock off work a little earlier and take the time to see this unique, original and superb play.

– Suzanna Parisi NovaFM

http://www.novafm.com.au/article/adelaide-fringe-2011-review-other-peoples-problems

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