Can a Shakespearean play work without Shakespeare’s language? Pawel Szkotak proves so in his nightmarishly perverse adaptation of Macbeth.
Punchdrunk have woven iconic cultural references from the myth of Faust into the physical appearance of the rooms, corridors and stairwells of the building at 21 Wapping Lane.
This second round of reviews from the Arcola's Adventures in Movement Festival includes coverage of Mass Exercise and Vulnerasti.
In part 3 of his Fringe round-up, Matt Boothman looks at the relationship between physical theatre and technology, highlighting anomie by Precarious and Borges and I by Idle Motion.
Tunnel 228 isn't meant to be found (i.e. stumbled upon at random); you're meant to find it (i.e. actively seek it out).
In the final installment of her Adventures in Movement coverage, Diana Damian reviews It Happens..., TAT TAT TAT and May I....
Idle Motion's ability to transform a tiny, empty square into a detailed, textured and low-tech landscape of the imaginary, bodes well for future work with greater resources.
Wondermart continues Rotozaza's work with audio-instructed performance and develops the site-specific element introduced in Etiquette.
This is the first series of photos for the Theatre in Pictures project. Unetsu by Sankai Juku.
First of all a note to all radio listeners (non-listeners this is your chance to tune in), playwright Benjamin Yeoh, author of Yellow Gentleman will have his play Patent Breaking Life Saving broadcast on the BBC Worldservice, December 2nd 2006 at … Continued