Pair Dance’s piece aims to combine movement with other technology, and to create a work that embodies “multimedia” by showing that dance and projection (specifically in 3D) c…
It’s pretty hard to describe this one-man show without either sounding obtuse, ignorant or both.
This dance project from Taiwan is entirely improvised by its two performers in a style similar to Western contemporary dance.
James Balwin’s “Peter Panic” is billed as a response piece to last year’s London riots, placing the known and loved Peter and Wendy of JM Barrie’s “Peter Pan” into a …
Three actors take to the unconventional stage space at the Assembly St.
This adaptation of the short stories of Jonathan Safran Foer, whilst having moments of brilliance, ultimately comes short.
The award-winning Swamp Juice - from Bunk Puppets and Scamp Theatre - dazzles and entertains audiences of all ages.
The Traverse Theatre Company is spending the next fortnight showing breakfast-time script-in-hand readings of pieces of specially commissioned new writing.
Inspired by the novel by Portuguese Nobel Prize Winner Jose Saramago, “The Blind” is a story in pictures, exploring both what it is to be blinded but also diving into the darke…
A surreal hour of comic drama, The Pride is a bizarre attempt to place the more developed aspects of animalistic behaviour – guarding your territory, hospitality laws, and posses…
DDMcG Productions have hit on a winner with this piece: a combination of performance poetry, live-looping and music from two very talented strings players.
Clout Theatre have hit on something good with this dusty, grotesque and wonderfully pointless piece of physical theatre.
Now, my knowledge of philosophy is not great.
This Third Angel and mala voadora production at the Northern Stage at St.
Superbolt’s marvelous little offering, despite being loosely plotted and having a somewhat frivolous narrative, makes up for its faults with buckets of heart.
This theatre/dance offering from the University of South Florida lacks subtlety and feels overly affronting in its clumsy and somewhat confused form.
Cecilia Nilsson (‘Wallander’) stars in this phenomenal insight into the simplicity and painstaking cleanliness of solitary life, leading us gently through what should be an ord…
When you’re promised with a show that “aims to cure your everyday ailments and add a little colour to a bleak looking world”, it’s easy to be optimistic.
Derevo, multi-award winning company from St.
Anthony Lo-Guidice’s semi-autobiographical “Roma” maps the making of an individual through experience and revelation, stylishly leaping through the hoops of birth, adolescent…
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