Reviews & Press
It was nicely directed. This was also one of the best set designs I’ve ever seen in a Fringe show. It was very simple, but clean and clear and beautiful and used the space very well. The direction was very clever and innovative for a play that really had very few textual directions.
Sarajevo’s Child, a stunning, The decision to have the ensemble share the challenge of playing Nadja is a brilliant one. Michelle Bossy’s direction is powerful and innovative. No movement is superfluous, and she is able to adapt children’s games into euphemisms for war. Balls and jump ropes become implements of death and destruction. It’s shocking and terrible, but amazing in its representation of how the lives of innocent children are tainted by war. Throughout, Bossy creates strong, evocative images. Bossy’s strong artistic style is imbued in every facet of this production and the result is remarkable.