The New World Theatre Club (NWTC) has confirmed that it will put on three public performances of "The Ripple Effect" by Robert Scott in Mid-May; the NWTC will also perform "The Ripple Effect" at FEATS (the Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies) in Munich from Thursday 30 May to Sunday 2 June.

Following its Casting Call in January, NWTC cast the roles and started rehearsals.

- Eva (30-45) – A sensitive character, gradually recovering from the grief of losing her husband, her life is torn apart yet again when she meets his killer, and she chooses to exact revenge.
- Nicola (30-45) – Eva’s sister, a much more practical and down-to-earth character. She has supported Eva through her loss and narrates the history of the events as the play unfolds.
- Timothy (35-50) – A man whose comfortable existence was destroyed in a moment, after which his life spirals rapidly downhill. Now a reformed character, he is struggling to rebuild his life.
- Gavin (35-55) – Eva’s doting husband. A small role.

About the play: Five years after her husband’s death, Eva, who has been supported through her grief by her sister, comes face-to-face with the man responsible. The events which led up to that loss, and the consequent effects on all their lives, are explored in this one-act play. Working backwards through time in short scenes, the play illustrates how the course of our lives can change in a moment, and on a whim. The Ripple Effect is an interesting exploration of lives blighted by loss, and of fate and revenge.

Performances: Thursday 16 May, Friday 17 May, Saturday 18 May 2019 @ 20:00 @ the Altrimenti Cultural Centre (5 ave Marie-Thérèse, L-2312 Luxembourg-ville). Non-members: €12; Members: €10; Students: €10. To reserve: email: or tel: 356339.
The annual FEATS theatre festival will feature 12 one act plays, 3 per night, and at the end of each evening a professional adjudicator gives feedback on the evening’s productions.

Venue: Altrimenti Cultural Centre (5 ave Marie-Thérèse, L-2312 Luxembourg-ville)

Organiser: The New World Theatre Club (NWTC)

Price: Non-members: €12; Members: €10; Students: €10.

Reservations: To reserve: email: or tel: 356339.