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Pros: Great acting and a compelling character make this one-person show easy to watch. Frankie is a year-old college student and former champion competitive ballroom dancer.
She lives in Essex with her mum and stepdad, loves going to house parties with her mates and is obsessed with Sex and the City. She idolises the character Samantha and aspires to have a life just like hers. She wants to fuck outside the box. Frankie starts out as confident and mature for her age. She seems to have a firm grip on her emerging sexuality. We learn that her relationship with Michael is following the same path. As she waits for a text, we hear all about her last encounter with him. She now waits to see if Michael is going to attempt to Need a waterlooontario fucker into her house, after which he will pretend to rape her like he did in his van on their last rendezvous.
Her confidence soon starts to deteriorate and we can see that she is really only 17 without much experience, in life or sex. As she tells us stories from her past, we learn about her mother, her ballroom dancing and the consequences of social media. The piece has a strong narrative through line and is naturalistically performed.
It would not qualify as performance art but if an audience member does not engage with Frankie or her story and the issues that dominate her life, they will struggle to sit through the performance. As someone Need a waterlooontario fucker works with young people and cares very much about their welfare, I found this piece touching, informative and poignant. It comes across more as an educational piece for young people and I could imagine it being performed in colleges and sixth forms.
The ending is more abstract and carries a strong message for young people. The space for Fucking Outside the Box is in a small but professionally equipped studio.
Unfortunately, the event seemed rather disorganised on the night. The doors to the studio opened almost ten minutes after the show was supposed to start and no one communicated with the queuing audience as to why there were delays, or anything at all until the doors opened.
The venue is achingly cool, so much so that as a something, I felt like a stodgy old fart completely out of place.
Fortunately, the play was very good and I had a great interest in the topics addressed. Other adult audience members may not be so lucky and feel that the piece has nothing to say to them. Summary review. User Rating: 2. Laura Kressly.
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