Article Title:Nature of relationships is subject of Silo play
Category:New Zealand Daily News
Author or News Staff
Published on:30th October 2002 - 12:00 pm
Story ID:1762
Text:A theatre production with a gay theme which proved popular in Wellington's fringe Festival opens at Auckland's Silo Theatre this Friday night. French Toast examines a relationship of interdependence and manipulation, and reflects on the nature of infidelity. For its lead characters, a modern gay couple, toast comes to symbolize more than just breakfast – it represents love, sex, tenderness and safety. Straight playwright Kathryn van Beek's comedy of modern love and deception was described by Victoria University's Salient as "slick, polished, challenging, funny, touching and very, very professional."    
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