Welwyn: Everything That Lives Must Sweat
exuding much sweat over the last six months with Duck Variations,
veteran lakeside know-alls George and Emil have one final performance
of the play before the propagating, oil-bearing ducks migrate forever
north or south.
Maybe in the spring. Or autumn. Out in the marsh with their lead
duck. Watching nervously for the Blue Heron or small, vicious children.
Who can tell? We do not know.
But this much we do know. Tryst will close the Welwyn Drama Festival
on Saturday June 7 with Ducks before taking a two-month
Tryst President Frank T Murray said: "The duck is a perfect
metaphor for Tryst: he has his worries, diseases, delusions, neuroses,
psychoses, sexual difficulties and wind problems. Need I say more?
"I must be going quackers."