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All New People

All New People

by Zach Braff,  Duke of York’s, London

Until 28 April 2012

The play opens as Charlie (Zach Braff) tries to hang himself in a New Jersey beach house only to be disturbed by Emma, a Brit living in US and employed to rent out the house. Later Myron, a suitor to Emma and Kim, a call girl hired by a friend of Charlie to improve his spirits on his birthday arrive and ruin Charlie’s plan of hanging himself.

Discussions that follow are witty with humour for adults dark  with plenty of swearing.  My favourites were Emma’s comment on her cheap unbranded antidepressants she keeps popping;  “These are just called Happier,” looking at the bottle “I couldn’t afford Happiest.”And Kim;  What’s the point in Charlie, Emma, Myron getting knotty over their problems? “In 100 years, there’ll be all new people.”

The audience was young and most likely fans of Zach Braff. West End needed a young play that would pull in new audience and this is doing just that. Go and enjoy a fresh show!All New People

by Zach Braff,  Duke of York’s, London

 

 






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