It's fascinating when the real world comes into the theatre. But to what degree can you make it come in realistically?
A valuable glimpse of "the old days" as per the experience of 'Walter Plinge', the RADA graduate who began his career in the mid 50's at the Derby Playhouse.
It might sound surprising to hear the visionary filmmaker and multi-media artist Peter Greenaway claiming the death of cinema, given that he is working on three new films to be shot next year, and that his last work Nightwatching (2007) … Continued
How does theatre work in a virtual online environment such as Second Life? What can we learn from this virtual experience and carry over into ‘real world’ theatre practice, and vice-versa?
When I spoke to director Mike Tweddle, in rehearsal for the world premiere of Timberlake Wertenbaker’s new version of Hippolytus, I started by asking what drew him to Euripides’ tale of jealous gods, domestic disharmony and destructive sexual obsession. ‘We … Continued
I stood there with the camera to my eye, watching, waiting, lowering it from time to time to check the screen.
Diana Damian talks to the makers of Accidental Art, a theatre experiment based on the myth of Oedipus, involving a director, a psychologist and a group of actors.
What is the nature of the interactions we experience in 'cyberspace' and 'real space'? Where does this experience reside in the individual?
We're clearly part of a recent interest and enthusiasm for installations, of being put in immersive environments.
The conversations around Money started before Easter last year, so before Northern Rock, but after the Enron scandal.