Jason and the Argonauts by Stella Godmet

Posted: April 27, 2013 in Uncategorized

The Galway Review

Review

Stella Godmet holds BA (Honours) in Communication, Media and Drama.

Currently, she is doing a Masters Degree in Drama and Theatre Studies at the National University of Ireland, Galway.

She lives in Galway City and writes review, fiction and no-fiction.

Jason and the Argonauts 

by Stella GODMET

Once the audience is seated, the house lights switched off, our attention is drawn to a cart, set in the center of the stage where it bathes in a halo of warm gold light. A couple of minutes tick by before an actor finally makes his way to the stage and a journey begins.

Two men stand before us; one is tall and thin while the other is shorter and more muscular. As they both start speaking, one with a squeaky and the other with a deeper voice, we notice that the voices match their physical appearance. They are the traditional caricatures of the…

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