Sunday, March 30, 2014

Noises Off By Repertory Phils. review

The first time I saw Noises Off was in the movie I rented for the community-based theater guild that I was affiliated back in the 90's. This story was our reference about the do's and don'ts in a theater performance.
The cast line up for the Repertory Phils.' production of Noises Off is well selected. What I didn't know was that Gerard Sison, known for his cosplaying the late Christopher Reeve's Superman, is also a part of Repertory and makes his comeback for the role Frederick Fellowes which was also played by Reeve in the movie. It was too much for a coincidence because Gerard is a spitting image of Christopher Reeve that I later found out that it was a suggestion by another actor.
 Unlike the movie, it doesn't have a feeling that you are inside the stage so I prefer watching it in a real theater performance because the audience need to interact with the play in a third-person as well as first-person perspective. The humor is also smart comedy with slapstick so it is not for kids to understand.
Repertory Philippines will run Noises Off until April 27. For more theater reviews, like L.E.N.S. blogs on Facebook.

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