National Student Drama Festival - Writing Commendation
...Congratulations also go to the following who received commendations:
For Writing: Idgie Beau – A Hundred Minus One Day...
PlaysToSee.com - Edinburgh
Daphne teaches the family how to be happy and holds them together when they need her most. She will touch your soul."
Showing herself to be a woman of many talents, writer Beau gives a striking performance as the naughty Daphne. Her double act with Steffi Walker (Jen) is funny and wonderful, creating a friendship so heart-warming that you never want it to reach its looming end.
Broadway Baby Review - Edinburgh
"Idgie Beau ... forms a great double-act with Steffi Walker as Jen, the pair carrying the audience from laughter to solemnity and back again ... A sharp, heartfelt drama which doesn't dare outstay its welcome."
Durham Theatre Review
'Deals with heavy issues in a touching and surprisingly humorous way', 'Steffi Walker is brilliant, oscillating between irritation and amusement', 'it is the multitalented Idgie Beau, who also wrote the play, as the imaginary Daphne who steals the show'.
The Tab - Durham
'As the first DDF show this year, it definitely sets the standard very high for all the other upcoming shows. It is not only funny and touching, but most importantly it constantly surprises the audience.'