Looking back on Do Not Disturb

Looking back on Do Not Disturb

Dear  All
Today in drama we had no visitors and those not there were Zena, Ems and Daniel.
Richard Watson said he thought everyone did well performing in Do Not Disturb at The Nomad Theatre, East Horsley last Thursday evening.
Brandon then told us we will be looking through audience reviews of Do Not Disturb later today.  Soufyan also said he thought we all did very well; Nick Russell and Brandon thought so too.
I think we then started to read through the audience reviews of the production, about what parts of the play needed improving, if any. Most said they enjoyed it, but some scenes needed to be made clearer.
Then was lunch time.
In the afternoon we continued to look at the audience reviews of the play. People wondered why the main character Robbie fell into the coma after being disturbed in his bathroom. Also, my mother suggested that Robbie’s bed at the hospital needs to be placed nearer the front of the stage, so the audience could hear all the cast members involved in these scenes.
Plus Ems, as the lady who complains about the view in the Fawlty Towers-based scenes, couldn’t be heard. My mother suggested she have a microphone.
We also talked about where we might go on tour later in the year?  The Rose Theatre, Kingston and The Harlequin, Redhill were mentioned as possibilities.
In conclusion I think we all did very well and I hope the rest will agree.
By Andy M