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The Receptionist, by Adam Bock

 

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The ever so responsible office guardian takes centre stage. Who else deals with the blithering of the office better than the humble, and respectable lady at the front desk? While she may be the central intelligence, how much does she really know about the inner-working of the company? What happened when knowing is the only thing that might keep you safe? In a turn of events, normal goes into chaos and the once solid receptionist is forced to find that common ground as it crumbles away. A real office is set up to help show the static of such a job, while the four characters chatter about personal affairs, loyalty breeches and a mysterious crisis. How could she possibly figure it out? Reviewed by Talis Hardy.
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Dates / Times:
  • 9:30 pm - 2017/08/17
  • 3:45 pm - 2017/08/19
  • 8:30 pm - 2017/08/20
  • 4:15 pm - 2017/08/21
  • 12:45 pm - 2017/08/23
  • 12:45 pm - 2017/08/25
  • 9:30 pm - 2017/08/26
  • 8:00 pm - 2017/08/27



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2 Reviews


  1.  
    Roy Eykelbosh

    Normal days at the office for the Receptionist, Davina Stewart.
    I wouldn’t look up this play if you aren’t familiar with it. The cast, Davina Stewart, Kristy Hansen, Julien Arnold and Reed McColm do an excellent job springing little bits of horror on the audience. In fact forget that I said that, it’s just a cute little play about office workers chatting.




  2.  
    Juliette Jordan

    Great Show!





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