Presented in English
“Best intentions… are what Angelica and Emilia, two modern adaptations of the often overlooked women from Shakespeare's Othello and Romeo and Juliet, definitely had before they ended up trapped in a room with a kitten puzzle. They must now take this opportunity to look more closely at their lives, the choices they made and how they came to be in this place. Through reasoning, deduction and slowly revealing their dark secrets, they discover that escape will warrant some honesty, as their 'best intentions' are not an excuse in the eyes of the law.” --description from Fringe programme.
Shark Eat Muffin Theatre Company
Written by Catie O’Keefe
Conceived by Courtney Brown and Amy Fritsche
Devised through a partnership of all three artists
Performed by Amy Fritsche and Jess Tanner
Tour Dates and Locations:
April 2016, as part of Pittsburgh Fringe, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
August 8-13, 2016 Greenside @ Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
August 10, Bread and Roses Theatre, London, England
BroadwayBaby review (3 stars): "The play feels like the characters are being redeveloped, rather than being developed upon, which is a shame as both actors perfectly capture the original characters in a new setting."
Fundraising and Sponsorship:
Over $2,000 raised via open funding site: https://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=14145 (funding goal $5,000).