LAUGHS IN ALL THE RIGHT PLACES MESSAGES, THEMES ABOUND INJIGSAWS
BUILDING surveyor Adam Salathiel is relishing the opportunity to direct a “superbly written play”.
Salathiel will direct Jigsaws, which will be staged during multiple shows next month at the Old Mill Theatre in South Perth.
Written by Jennifer Rogers, Jigsaws is about three generations of women in the same family, where revelations and indiscretions from the past and present surface.
Salathiel, who is the artistic director of Laughing Horse Productions, said the play deals with sensitive issues and was a “fresh, bold and rewarding look at life”.
“It’s a superbly written play which, even though set in the ’80s, has a lot of the messages and themes that are still extremely relevant in today’s society,” he said.
“I want the audience to connect with the various cast members and relate to them and their issues as they are portrayed on stage.
“I also want them to laugh in all the right places yet also feel for the actors and also possibly shed a tear or two.”
Adam Salathiel directs Jigsaws, a play about three generations of women in the same family where revelations and indiscretions from the past and present surface.