Play of the day

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - FEEDBACK -

CON­GRAT­U­LA­TIONS to Jack Hey­wood and his cast for the lat­est per­for­mance on stage cur­rently at the Clink The­atre.

What a mas­ter­ful per­for­mance of a very tricky script.

I was thrilled to see the play, And The Big Men Fly, had been so re­mark­ably adapted to a live ra­dio play.

It showed great stage­craft to adapt this script in­volv­ing gun bat­tles, he­li­copter rides, fist fights and mul­ti­ple set changes into such a thrilling hi­lar­i­ous rol­lick­ing ride.

The au­di­ence in­volve­ment re­ally car­ried the show on a truly live in­ter­ac­tive gal­lop.

I con­grat­u­late those in the cast and crew who have com­mit­ted so much time and fo­cus to this show.

What I like most is that you re­ally don’t have to like football to en­joy this show.

It was re­ally great and I en­cour­age the community to go along and treat your­self to a unique ex­pe­ri­ence as live ra­dio plays are rarely seen by the au­di­ence.

About three weeks ago I drove home af­ter work right on dark to find the lights flash­ing orange (pro­ceed with cau­tion) and a cou­ple of cars stopped not know­ing what to do.

Even­tu­ally I got tired of wait­ing for the lead car and passed around them and drove on up with an en­tourage of 10 odd cars fol­low­ing.

Of course no work had been done to widen the road that day, so it’s one lane wide only and four blind cor­ners, 250 me­tres long and cane trucks com­ing through, but some­one pro­grammes the lights to flash orange?

This is be­yond a joke - it is a threat to life and a costly in­sult to all users of this road, and will still be lucky to be fin­ished by the end of this year.

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