Umar, 13

Personally, I think that the theatre at The Bridge is located in a nice area and the inside was also really nice and secured. The theatre made me feel a bit isolated since there were people that weren’t my age, which made me also feel quite uncomfortable – also because there were so many people around me. The space made me feel that this is not a place for young people because there were a lot of adults.

 

When I entered the building, they looked in my bag which made me feel safe because they were checking if people had weapons or stuff they are not supposed to have. When the play started I had no idea what it was about, but I got a better understanding what it was about throughout the play . I thought that the main theme was cloning. I didn’t think it was right because you shouldn’t replace someone that you liked just because they are dead or gone.

“ The space made me feel that this is not a place for young people because there were a lot of adults.

At the end of the play I was really impressed that one person [Collin Morgan] can play 3 characters [B1 , B2 and Michael] and be able to remember all of his lines, change accents, had a loud and clear voice and was able to change the emotions for every character. My question about this play is “what is the message of this play?” I think that the message of this play is that you shouldn’t replace someone that you love, because people are irreplaceable.