Review: Cuzco

Cuzco is a deceptively simple play about a couple on holiday in South America. Translated beautifully from the original Spanish, it touches on themes that are universal such as a love affair falling apart and the loneliness of not connecting with the one you once thought your soulmate. It also touches on the guilt of imperialism and the inevitable way this gets caught up in tourism – both understood and exploited by natives and understood as the price we rightly still must pay for the behaviour of our ancestors.

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