We got a special welcome, we were allowed into a special space to talk about our experiences and we met with Kwame Kwei-Armah who was the first black artistic director at The Young Vic.
Personally, I think that the play was well acted. It had different emotions in it. For instance, happiness, sadness, anger…The play was surreal because of their different emotions. They made me feel like I was part of a real play. There were some negative and violent language involved and I consider it a bad thing, but I understand what they were trying to show.
The theatre is well constructed and organised. What fascinates me is the way the three Noras kept changing roles and they remembered all their lines. One of the themes was women – The 8th of March was International Women’s Day and we watching that play on the 9th. The play links to the societal hierarchy of women between those three different years and contrasts how women were treated and how women began to gain their freedom and courage to stand up for themselves.
The ending was emotional, I think at this point, Nora should be able to take a stand up for herself and she should be able to control her own life. I think there is hope .