With time being precious during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe we challenged this year’s acts to deliver a 50-word elevator pitch for their show. This time it’s the turn of Sara Fay George of Last Life: A Shakespeare Play.
|A striking assemblage of Shakespeare’s words, revealing the evolution of a relationship: innocent inception, rejection, betrayal, anguish, despondency and the ecstasy of surrender. Kismet holds Man and Woman captive, primal and kinetic, attracting, repelling, colliding and surrendering in an exploration of masculine vulnerability and the embracing of feminine strength.|
|What other show shouldn’t we miss?||Everything I See I Swallow by Tamsin Shasha and Maisy Taylor at Summerhall looks fascinating
|Name of your show:||Last Life: A Shakespeare Play|
|Venue:||Greenside, Infirmary Street, Mint Studio|
|Dates:||2-17 August (not 11)|