House of Many Tongues

A fascinating and funny discussion of relationships, family, politics and life, where even the house has a voice.
Some members of the audience appeared unhappy by the discussion of cunnilingus, judging by the number of empty seats after the intermission. But it all came together in a most interesting conversation.
Great cast. I liked Raoul Bhaneja again but there were no weak spots.

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About cathyriggall

Theatre junkie, who thinks live theatre is the ultimate form of living on the edge. You never know what will happen when an actor steps on the stage.
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One Response to House of Many Tongues

  1. Keith says:

    I thought this was a very good portrayal of the frustrations of Israel/Palestine, both in the writing and acting – they have to be good to make a talking house and a talking camel work! It was nice to see an optimistic ending – with the young people taking down the wall the older generation was building – but I do not see any signs of it happening in real life.

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