Venue: C Nova (Venue 145)
Over the course of a semester-and-a-half, Callie, Liv, Joe, Milo, Nick and Rosie drink, dance, bicker, kiss, fall in love, fall out of love and fall back in again.
The chat between the ensemble is free-flowing and natural, and despite some characters being a bit thinly sketched (the no-bullshit truth-talker; the smart-mouth gay guy), their relationships are given depth by the cast.
Where Catherine Cranfield’s script stumbles is in the escalation of drama towards the play’s end – significant events develop and play out organically, but the characters barely have any time to react before the curtain falls. It’s a play that doesn’t so much end as just stop; after getting to know and feel fondness for these characters, it’s a shame not to see them experience some small measure of resolution.
• Until 29 August. Today 3:05pm