I felt very fortunate to be on assignment with Scenestr magazine for six shows at Wonderland Festival 2019. It proved a very diverse array of shows from the highly anticipated Die Hard: The Movie, The Play to the quirky and moving Awesome Ocean Party to the amazing singing of Amity Dry in Fortified to the unbridled energy and fun of Big Glittery Shitshow.
The shows I covered in my second and final week just added to the range of what I show. First up from the wonderful Amy Currie and Drew Lochrie came a scary, humorous and thought provoking Slack Mirror, a series of drama sketches that came with laughs and big ideas from two very talented thespians and comedy improvisers whose work I was familiar with in Act/React and Impromafia productions.
You can read my review of the show here https://scenestr.com.au/arts/slack-mirror-brisbane-review-wonderland-festival-2019-20191129
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This sounds intriguing, Lloyd. I presume the title is a play on the TV series ‘Black Mirror’? I saw the first series of that, and it was excellent.
Best wishes, Pete.
I suspect so too although I’m yet to watch any Black Mirror. Best wishes Pete.