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by:EME LIGHTING     2020-03-24
ST. JACOBS —
For the latest work of Drayton Entertainment, \"sexy laundry\" seems to be a strange title.
It did not make any justice for this very pleasant production.
Sexy laundry is one of the best plays of Drayton\'s season so far, on Wednesday night in St.
The Jacobs school building theater lasted until December. 20.
In the past, although the venue was small, Drayton could enjoy musicals and comedies.
Although the show claims to be a comedy about marriage, it is different and almost difficult to define.
The conversation between the two actors is fierce, and the \"sexy laundry room\" may be overwhelmed by a lot of nonsense, but this is not the case.
The script is witty, introspective, wise and bitter. And gut-
Especially the last half, very interesting.
Shelton Davis, husband Henry, and Gabriel Jones, wife Alice, not only brought the show, but also made the dramatic change even more exciting.
Since they are the only two hours on stage, there is no time to rest.
Only Henry and Alice per minute, these actors are very talented and they make the effort look easy.
The \"sexy laundry room\" written by Vancouver playwright Michelle Lim has been translated into multiple languages, indicating that the information in this drama is universal.
Henry, engineer and Alice, part-time
Time Realtor hides in the room of a trendy new hotel where everything is overpriced and there is little comfort to speak.
Alice wanted to take the opportunity to rekindle her 25-year old marriage.
Henry is just focusing on details, light towels and plastic champagne cups.
Alice brought in a guide to \"fake sex,\" which was filled with ridiculous advice.
Henry is a very practical person. He thinks all this is ridiculous, but he is really trying to bless his engineers.
What\'s interesting about their conversation is how the two talk to each other and express their complaints, but they don\'t seem to understand what the other person is saying.
It was not until the drama came to an end that when they realized that marriage was in real danger of divorce that they took seriously to communicate in a meaningful way.
There are also factors of aging.
In a particularly exciting theater, the focus was on Alice as she described one thing that happened on the treadmill in the gym when two young lovers climbed up the machine next to her
She tried to keep up and push herself to run faster and didn\'t fall until the disaster came. Directed by J.
Sean Elliott, sexy laundry is a simple drama with a great depth and understanding of the human condition.
Set designer Samantha Bossen has successfully created a hotel room that is stylish but not stylish.
Lighting designer Siobhán Sleath did a great job of creating the perfect mood with the lights, especially when Henry accidentally turned off all the disco lights by abusing the remote control. Hilarious.
Vhill @ therecord. com ST. JACOBS —
For the latest work of Drayton Entertainment, \"sexy laundry\" seems to be a strange title.
It did not make any justice for this very pleasant production.
Sexy laundry is one of the best plays of Drayton\'s season so far, on Wednesday night in St.
The Jacobs school building theater lasted until December. 20.
In the past, although the venue was small, Drayton could enjoy musicals and comedies.
Although the show claims to be a comedy about marriage, it is different and almost difficult to define.
The conversation between the two actors is fierce, and the \"sexy laundry room\" may be overwhelmed by a lot of nonsense, but this is not the case.
The script is witty, introspective, wise and bitter. And gut-
Especially the last half, very interesting.
Shelton Davis, husband Henry, and Gabriel Jones, wife Alice, not only brought the show, but also made the dramatic change even more exciting.
Since they are the only two hours on stage, there is no time to rest.
Only Henry and Alice per minute, these actors are very talented and they make the effort look easy.
The \"sexy laundry room\" written by Vancouver playwright Michelle Lim has been translated into multiple languages, indicating that the information in this drama is universal.
Henry, engineer and Alice, part-time
Time Realtor hides in the room of a trendy new hotel where everything is overpriced and there is little comfort to speak.
Alice wanted to take the opportunity to rekindle her 25-year old marriage.
Henry is just focusing on details, light towels and plastic champagne cups.
Alice brought in a guide to \"fake sex,\" which was filled with ridiculous advice.
Henry is a very practical person. He thinks all this is ridiculous, but he is really trying to bless his engineers.
What\'s interesting about their conversation is how the two talk to each other and express their complaints, but they don\'t seem to understand what the other person is saying.
It was not until the drama came to an end that when they realized that marriage was in real danger of divorce that they took seriously to communicate in a meaningful way.
There are also factors of aging.
In a particularly exciting theater, the focus was on Alice as she described one thing that happened on the treadmill in the gym when two young lovers climbed up the machine next to her
She tried to keep up and push herself to run faster and didn\'t fall until the disaster came. Directed by J.
Sean Elliott, sexy laundry is a simple drama with a great depth and understanding of the human condition.
Set designer Samantha Bossen has successfully created a hotel room that is stylish but not stylish.
Lighting designer Siobhán Sleath did a great job of creating the perfect mood with the lights, especially when Henry accidentally turned off all the disco lights by abusing the remote control. Hilarious.
Vhill @ therecord. com ST. JACOBS —
For the latest work of Drayton Entertainment, \"sexy laundry\" seems to be a strange title.
It did not make any justice for this very pleasant production.
Sexy laundry is one of the best plays of Drayton\'s season so far, on Wednesday night in St.
The Jacobs school building theater lasted until December. 20.
In the past, although the venue was small, Drayton could enjoy musicals and comedies.
Although the show claims to be a comedy about marriage, it is different and almost difficult to define.
The conversation between the two actors is fierce, and the \"sexy laundry room\" may be overwhelmed by a lot of nonsense, but this is not the case.
The script is witty, introspective, wise and bitter. And gut-
Especially the last half, very interesting.
Shelton Davis, husband Henry, and Gabriel Jones, wife Alice, not only brought the show, but also made the dramatic change even more exciting.
Since they are the only two hours on stage, there is no time to rest.
Only Henry and Alice per minute, these actors are very talented and they make the effort look easy.
The \"sexy laundry room\" written by Vancouver playwright Michelle Lim has been translated into multiple languages, indicating that the information in this drama is universal.
Henry, engineer and Alice, part-time
Time Realtor hides in the room of a trendy new hotel where everything is overpriced and there is little comfort to speak.
Alice wanted to take the opportunity to rekindle her 25-year old marriage.
Henry is just focusing on details, light towels and plastic champagne cups.
Alice brought in a guide to \"fake sex,\" which was filled with ridiculous advice.
Henry is a very practical person. He thinks all this is ridiculous, but he is really trying to bless his engineers.
What\'s interesting about their conversation is how the two talk to each other and express their complaints, but they don\'t seem to understand what the other person is saying.
It was not until the drama came to an end that when they realized that marriage was in real danger of divorce that they took seriously to communicate in a meaningful way.
There are also factors of aging.
In a particularly exciting theater, the focus was on Alice as she described one thing that happened on the treadmill in the gym when two young lovers climbed up the machine next to her
She tried to keep up and push herself to run faster and didn\'t fall until the disaster came. Directed by J.
Sean Elliott, sexy laundry is a simple drama with a great depth and understanding of the human condition.
Set designer Samantha Bossen has successfully created a hotel room that is stylish but not stylish.
Lighting designer Siobhán Sleath did a great job of creating the perfect mood with the lights, especially when Henry accidentally turned off all the disco lights by abusing the remote control. Hilarious.
Vhill @ therecord.
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