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Presented for a strictly limited season at the Rangiora Players Little Theatre
The scene is a disparate (desperate?) group of (mostly) senior people
together at a so-called international folk dancing class. These are run in
a bland church hall by Natasha, a Russian immigrant, who also cleans
houses but is desperate for conversation in order to improve her
English. She wants to pass the language exam that will allow her to
teach music, which is her greatest love.
Of course, everyone knows that attractive female Russian immigrants
are looking for nothing more than an arranged marriage to clear
the immigration hurdle, but unbeknownst to the others, Natasha is
already married, to a decidedly dodgy Russian bloke.
The other chararters at the folk dancing classes are not without their
strangeness either. What romcom would be complete without a cad, and how
does love rivalry and recorder lessons fit into this puzzle?
Of course, nothing evers works out the way the protagonists think it
will, and of course, the course of true love is always difficult...
"A Shortcut to Happiness" is Roger Hall on top form,
great entertainment guaranteed!