“What do you do when you’re left alone with no one watching? What do you say to the person you love when there is nowhere to hide and the floors are running out?” 2 Persons Max is “the story of a love encounter in the least likely of places”, according to Something Borrowed Theatre, a new company making its debut this week.
“A silly, fun-for-all piece full of physical comedy and pun-believable humour,” they add, “2 Persons Max is a play on another level” (see what they did there).
The play has been devised, directed, produced and designed by a group of LJMU drama students, who between them have worked with companies across Liverpool including Hope Street Ltd, Impropriety, Off The Ground, Tayo Aluko and Friends, Hazard Theatre (who just put on The Bells at the Unity), the Everyman and Playhouse, DaDaFest and more, and are now keen to go out on their own and show what they can do.
Catch 2 Persons Max in the theatre of the Joe H Makin Drama Centre on Pilgrim Street, this Thursday, Friday and Saturday (February 13 to 15). Tickets are £5 / £3 on the door or booked in advance by emailing L.Rae@2011.LJMU.ac.uk.