The similarities between Brecht's model of Epic theatre and Howard Barker's theatre of catastophe are striking.
With a bit of luck/polite persistence and some good ideas, you should find someone to work with.
There was a sense of clarity in London today, heightened by a cold wind and a crisp silence. No streams of traffic, no hustle and bustle, nothing but a chance to see this city in its naked splendour. I stopped … Continued
Writing a blog can be a powerful learning tool, it can promote critical and analytical thinking, both with regard to your artistic process and to issues at stake in the wider world.
John Donne once wrote "No man is an island”, but in this urban age of glass cities, and right here on this stiff wooden theatre bench I think I disagree.
Translating aesthetic representation into direct social action is a problem that challenges the limits of radical theatre and its potential to instigate change.
London Bridge is a bit of theatrical Narnia. Discreet entrances, discoverable only by chance or by word of mouth, lead straight to the underground London of Neil Gaiman‘s Neverwhere – dark and improbably huge brick caverns and tunnels colonised, equally … Continued
Do you tweet? What can Twitter do for your work in the creative industries? Sinead MacManus covers the main points of the world's most used microblogging service.
'Shakespeare Searched' is an excellent resource targeted primarily at students and teachers but also useful to anyone with an interest in Shakespeare.
How does biology inform our perception of the performer on stage and how relevant is the knowledge of scientific and technological advances in biology to the actor today?