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From Fringe 2018
Drops in a Broken Fountain
Geodesic Productions—Tom Hendry Warehouse
To say it was a touch stilted would be an understatement. Dialogue was forced and often the delivery of it didn’t help, and while it perhaps was intentional the intention didn’t help. I wasn’t taken in, and it felt to me something that missed a workshop before production. There were long stretches of silence that not only broke the flow of the show, but slowed it down. One song was used throughout the entire show, which generally I wouldn’t have an issue with, however in this case it was clearly a stock ominous music track, and it got tedious very quickly. In light of all this, it was fine, the message is there, but needs work.