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S.M.I.L.E while you D.I.E.
Presented by Theatre Serendipity


Reviewed: 2005-07-26 04:06:03
Rated: 6 out of 10 [3 Stars]
By: Lorraine James (e-mail private -- log in to view)

I'm always fascinated with people's views on wage-earning jobs that most of us get stuck with, and this was a hi-tech view of it. The monitor, the voice-overs, the lighting, the fitting soundtrack: all spelling out the denial of a miserable job  you're suppose to look forward to everyday. There was lots of sparkle with a bit of heart sprinkled in there. I could relate to this show in that anyone with a lousy job feels like a slave to the company, that when told to consider the customers, that that's a McGuffin hiding the truth: profits and getting money from people are no.1. I'm impressed that Rachelle Fordyce created this show and I await more of her performances in the future.

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