Matt Boothman talks to the artists and organisers of Home, a pop-up installation and performance art event staged in a Regency mansion in residential Penge, London.
Matt Boothman puts two participatory audio-led performances to the test at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009. Rotozaza's GuruGuru followed by David Leddy's Susurrus.
Matt Boothman lays down plans for some exciting and unusual coverage of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009.
Ten Pence Short, the company behind Hot Air asked its audience for feedback, find out what Matt Boothman had to say.
Last Seen offers a glimpse of how audio headphone technology could positively impact theatre, whether as a dramatic technique in itself or as a facilitatory tool.
More than just a reverent character study of Dr. King, The Mountaintop presents a history with an immediate bearing on the modern world.
The Moon The Moon is many overlapping things, but never feels like collage; its elements complement rather than contradict one another.
Perhaps under other circumstances having 'solved' All's Well would be enough of an achievement, but this is the National we're talking about; it's perfectly justifiable to demand more.
In Rotating in a Room of Images, participants spend the majority of the 15-minute production in pitch darkness, guided only by invisible hands and the spooky voice in the headphones.
Wondermart continues Rotozaza's work with audio-instructed performance and develops the site-specific element introduced in Etiquette.