Everyman by the Morton Players

A talented ensemble of students from Guildford High School make you think about the morals by which you live your life.

Everyman by the Morton Players

This production features an ensemble of talented young actors who engage the audience from the moment you enter the studio. Throughout the hour’s show they each demonstrate a high level of energy, great confidence and technical ability in their performance.

The cast have a pronounced blocking and use of audible stage direction which really adds to a sense of understanding and co-ordination in the show which otherwise features a range of devices and topics which make up ‘Everyman’. The use of simple props and ‘chapters' in the show really help to communicate what is going on at each stage.

Their timing across the ensemble was impeccable, with well choreographed movements and confident use of vocalised sounds and the odd song too. This makes for a well polished and comfortable show – even with the fear of being involved in the show as an audience member on numerous occasions (I got comfy pillow, blanket and sweet…).

Overall, this is a strong performance by a young cast tackling a significant moral issue and exploring humanity in an engaging and funny way that gets you thinking about how you live your life and affect those around you.

See this show at C Aquila until the 11th of August. More details at: edfringe.com


Emrys Green

Emrys Green Voice Team

Emrys is the Business & Projects manager at Upstart who runs Voice.

Alongside managing Voice and its related programmes of work Emrys manages web builds and live events through his own pursuits - with a wide encapsulation of the arts sector. Theatre, Dance, Circus, Spoken Word and a combination of contemporary and shakespearean work would all be in his wheelhouse.

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