Quiet night

Tirzah Russell. Picture supplied

Tonight’s performance of Evolution Theatre Company’s well-received production of the comedy Sylvia is cancelled.

The production which continues its season on Friday, and ends on Saturday, features Tirzah Russell in the title role. Found in a park by Greg (Hugo McGuinness) Sylvia becomes, in a sense, “the other woman”.

An odd triangle forms between the dog, Greg and his less-than-impressed wife Kate (Suzan Anderson).

From the intransigent look in Russell’s eyes as Sylvia illegally occupies the sofa, it’s no surprise Kate is slow to warm to the interloper.

Tonight’s performance of Evolution Theatre Company’s well-received production of the comedy Sylvia is cancelled.

The production which continues its season on Friday, and ends on Saturday, features Tirzah Russell in the title role. Found in a park by Greg (Hugo McGuinness) Sylvia becomes, in a sense, “the other woman”.

An odd triangle forms between the dog, Greg and his less-than-impressed wife Kate (Suzan Anderson).

From the intransigent look in Russell’s eyes as Sylvia illegally occupies the sofa, it’s no surprise Kate is slow to warm to the interloper.

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