Ku­dos to New World The­atre pro­duc­tion

The Compass - - OPINION -

I’m writ­ing this as a form of a the­atre re­view.

I was so en­thralled with the New World The­atre pro­duc­tion of Shake­speare’s The Tem­pest on the En­deav­our stage in Cupids that I just had to share it with your read­ers. It was ab­so­lutely fan­tas­tic! We have so much tal­ent in this won­der­ful prov­ince, it be­hooves me to ac­claim it.

Greg Malone out­did him­self, as al­ways, in his per­for­mance of Pros­pero, and of course our own Liam Daw­son of Bay Roberts as Adrian, ship’s boy. This is an­other fab­u­lous per­for­mance to add to his al­ready out­stand­ing re­sume in the arts.

An­other fan­tas­tic artis­tic de­liv­ery on stage was that of Cathy El­liott as Ariel, a Beothuk elder spirit, and Stan Nochasak as Nonos­abasu t , a Beothuk spirit. This was such a tremen­dous ad­di­tion to the whole play, that to me, it al­most be­came hyp­notic.

What more can I say? They were all great.

I’m sure all who have seen this work would agree with me. And for those who didn’t, it was a missed op­por­tu­nity.

Ku­dos to this mar­velous troupe. Joy French-Cole­man writes

from Har­bour Grace

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