Told by an Idiot, I’m So Big

Review in Issue 7-3 | Autumn 1995

‘A brutally comic fable’ is the description John Wright used for I’m So Big, exemplifying his concept and vision. The characters were brought to life by situation and comic interplay. The script appeared to be quite cryptic in examining cultural and regional humour and based the strength of comedy on the physical way that the punchlines were delivered. The characters executed this brilliantly through their command and awareness of the audience and each other. The circumstances and the content always had a touch of reality no matter how ridiculous the chain of events and situations.

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Date Seen
  1. May 1995

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Issue 7-3
p. 23