I wasn’t prepared for the level of emotion this production was going to make me feel. I came out of the theatre a little bit drained, I won’t lie, from just how powerful this piece is. One man bringing to life four very different characters, all dealing with the effects of the same tragic event, as well as the difficulties of their own everyday-lives.
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This improv show was…fine? Yes it was fine. There was nothing particularly outstanding nor terrible about it. It does what it sets out to do and does it relatively well, but there’s nothing that makes this show particularly special amongst improv shows.
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This production is great in concept, but perhaps not so much in execution.
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Definitely one of the most immersive productions I’ve witnessed this year, Tipping the Velvet goes a long way to demonstrating exactly why the Italia Conti Academy has the reputation it has wrought for itself over the years.
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Improv is always great when all the performers are clearly having just as much fun as the audience, and when the hole group truly treat what their doing as a game and not an obligation.
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