Evi Polyviou and I performed to a sold-out house in the Talos Science Fiction Theatre Festival! The festival, put on by sci-fi/Greek theatre company Cyborphic, ran for four nights at The Bread and Roses Theatre and featured everything from robots to unicorns to clones. Our play, LAST TRAGEDY, was written by festival director Christos Callow Jr. and directed by Sokratis Synitos.
"[Last Tragedy] had an enjoyable playfulness to it and the strongest performances of the night. Zoe, the only human actress in the city (who can’t get a job playing a human because she’s not convincing enough), was portrayed with comic frustration and warmth by Evi Polyviou. Rosita, her robotic owner, who is growing increasingly disinterested in Zoe by the second and thinking of having her terminated, was played with conviction by Bee Scott."
-Annie Powers, London Pub Theatres
"A short, humorous sketch which forecasts the evolution between human and robot, played by Bee Scott and Evi Polyviou, it intrigues the audience, holding our attention as we realise how the tables could be turned. It is a well-acted, brief comment on the future of the cyber age."
-Joanna Hetherington, Spy in the Stalls
"This absurd scenario is cleverly written with the right tone of sarcasm and self-irony. The performance of both actresses is convincing and entertaining, especially Scott’s auto-pilot-optimism."
-Lara Domke, A Younger Theatre