Hans’s Andersen’s The Snow Queen is a cruelly bleak epic of a fairy tale, in which lost childhood innocence can only be redeemed at the price of suffering and sorrow. So when Finger in the Pie’s version of the story … Continued
What is the nature of the interactions we experience in 'cyberspace' and 'real space'? Where does this experience reside in the individual?
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.
On the third day, the Marjanishvili’s presentations closed with the first act of Levan Tsuladze’s current work on The Lady With The Dog, a short story by Chekhov. The production presented a unique mixture of puppets and actors on stage … Continued
The language in Kalila Wa Dimna is archaic in its formalism, deeply poetic with constant recourse to metaphor and similie and an acute awareness of rhyme and rhythm.
More than just a reverent character study of Dr. King, The Mountaintop presents a history with an immediate bearing on the modern world.
Creative business consultant, Sinead Mac Manus, introduces her practical guide to Web 2.0 and social media for theatre companies, artists and the creative industries.
Modern theatre criticism has problems, and those problems are generational in nature. That’s the one overriding conclusion with which I left the Royal Court after Brickbats in Cyberspace, in which a panel of theatre critics, bloggers and theatre practitioners convened … Continued
Clockheart Boy from Dumbshow is a twisting tale of grief, bitter sibling rivalry and the difficulty of mending damaged hearts. The Professor lives among his eccentrically gifted creations, brooding upon the loss of his vanished daughter. Then a boy without … Continued
The conversations around Money started before Easter last year, so before Northern Rock, but after the Enron scandal.