Adventures in attempted synchronicity: Ava Wong Davies writes on a devised performance about a friendship in flux.
Fact before feeling: Ava Wong Davies writes on Rob Icke’s streamlined Oedipus.
Glistening power: Ava Wong Davies writes on an exploration of blackness and queerness.
Contagious buoyancy: Ava Wong Davies writes on a time-slipping narrative of gender, love and swimming.
Rum-bunctious times: Ava Wong Davies writes on Sh!t Theatre’s boozy but intensely political dive into life in Malta.
Unfolding ambition: Ava Wong Davies writes on Burnt Lemon’s densely packed new gig theatre piece.
Giving me fever: Ava Wong Davies writes on a performance that complicates ideas of female mass hysteria.
Genuine queasiness: Ava Wong Davies writes on Lucy McCormick’s uncomfortable follow-up to Triple Threat.
That wandering feeling: Ava Wong Davies writes on Jack Thorne’s meandering exploration of a family’s story.
Milli Bhatia and Jasmine Lee-Jones discuss ‘seven methods of killing kylie jenner’, confronting power structures, and bringing black Twitter to the stage.
“You’re ignoring me”: Ava Wong Davies battles with her doubts about Rupert Goold’s slick but uncomfortable narrative of male innocence.
‘A surprising elegy’ to America: Ava Davies broadcasts her response to Al Smith’s monologue in the form of voice notes.
Playwright Anchuli Felicia King’s grimly comic satire of the Singapore skin-lightening industry opens at the Royal Court this week. In this interview, she discusses Mamet, Crazy Rich Asians, and late-stage capitalism.
Murky green depths: Ava Wong Davies writes on Zoe Cooper’s rippling exploration of gender fluidity in a coastal town.
Catching light: Ava Wong Davies writes on Abishek Majumdar’s narrative of non-violent protest in Tibet.