From the darkness, voices and confusion is spread across the Golden Arrow Studio at the Baxter Theatre as we are put in suspense as to what exactly is happening – eventually the lights come on and….
The cast of Silent Voice are on stage, sparks flying and guns blazing.
The audience is taken on a non-stop action packed drama through the minds of four gangsters involved in a heist gone wrong. On the run we are taken deeper and deeper into the minds of these four criminals each with there own unique background story. At some point the audience are held hostage, they really took this serious it was somewhat scary as the intensity of the sound and characters is bound to have you on the edge of your seat with your head down.
With many audience members praising the sound and lighting this added another dimension to the play creating the perfect atmosphere of drama and suspense.
With a twist at the end you do not see coming it really puts the words into pespective – ‘Keep your friends close but keep your enemies even closer’
A must see Multi Nominated play for four Naledi Awards
(Best Production of a Play, Best
Director, Best Ensemble/Cutting
Edge and Best Score Arrangement/Adaptation), and did I mention you get to rub shoulders with Oscar winning Tsotsi Actor Presley