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Enron Fan Reviews (8) 4.9
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"Simply Amazing"
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Enron, Television Workshop, Nottingham - 9th March 2018

As always Nottingham Television Workshopper's put on a fantastic show, the quality of the acting is amazing. Casting Agencies should be queuing up to offer jobs to these talented individuals.

WELL DONE CAST

Posted by Louise Watts on 12/03/2018

"Absolutely loved Enron"
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Enron, Television Workshop, Nottingham - 6th March 2018

All leads were amazing, performance was full of energy. Watching Enron made me leave wanting to find out more about the real life events.
Well done to director Siobhan-this was easily one of my favourite TV workshop plays

Posted by Mary Brown on 12/03/2018

"A brilliant performance"
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Enron, Television Workshop, Nottingham - 10th March 2018

A superb performance by a very talented cast!

Posted by Caroline M on 11/03/2018

"Lively and energetic performance"
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Enron, Television Workshop, Nottingham - 10th March 2018

A difficult play for such a young cast to tackle; but they did so with gusto, and very effectively, with in-the-round staging. The lighting didn't work too well - often key performers were in shadow - but overall the production was a considerable success.

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Enron, Television Workshop, Nottingham - 9th March 2018

Really enjoyed the play on a subject matter that I wouldnt normally have gone out of my way to see.
Some great performances from the lead characters I am sure are destined to go onto great things

Posted by bluejellymoon on 10/03/2018

One of the most infamous scandals in financial history became a theatrical epic in ENRON, a dazzling exposition of the shadowy mechanisms of economic deceit.

At once a case study and an allegory with continuing importance, the play charts the notorious rise and fall of the company Enron and its founding partners Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling. Market strategies based on engineering ever-rising stock prices, rather than actual profits, turned the company into an empty shell, a virtual organism balanced on a pin-point of market confidence.

Mixing classical tragedy with savage comedy and surreal metaphor, ENRON follows a group of flawed men and women in a narrative of greed and loss which reviews the tumultuous 1990s, and the financial chaos which has spilled over into the new century.

And I know that the only difference between me and the people judging me is they weren’t smart enough to do what we did.


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