Farce So Light It Could Fly Away. 'Scapin' by Moliere. State Theatre Company of South Australia [review]
Bramwell, Murray Ross
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There are plenty of amusements in here but, at two hours, the show needs some sharp edits. There are flat spots and sometimes a sense of desperation to get laughs. With the talent gathered here that is no problem. But the actors need room to move, and the play, however foolish, to unfold with less fussiness and self-consciousness.
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