Nina Segal’s play about violence shows how the internet turns us all into our own worst nightmares.
Grandma is the hidden star: Daniel Perks reviews Deborah Pearson’s performance at NOW17.
The familiar and the everyday: Daniel Perks reviews Julie Rose Bower’s performance at NOW17.
Come Dine With Me, Take II or, What Happened Next: Daniel Parks reviews Greg Wohead and Rachel Mars’ performance at NOW17.
Inspired by Vanessa Macaulay’s performance of How To Come Out Black at NOW festival, Daniel Perks offers some guidelines on how to create a satirical, multimedia performance that proves a point.
The passing of time: Corrie Tan reviews Richard Dodwell’s PLANES and Sylvia Rimat’s This Moment Now as part of NOW17.
An elastic band on the point of snapping: Daniel Perks reviews the premiere of The Removal Men by M.J. Harding and Jay Miller.
Pony piñatas and something far cleverer: Ka Bradley reviews Encounter’s I Heart Catherine Pistachio.
I, You, They, We: Annegret Marten responds to Ponyboy’s fcksystms at NOW 16.
“Made Visible self-destructs, cogently arguing for a debate and making dramatic gestures towards opening that debate up to other voices, but Pearson ultimately refuses to relinquish control of the piece.”
“Re:Home shivers with ghosts because one of them didn’t survive.” Maddy Costa reviews Cressida Brown’s revisiting of Home.
The gap between wars.
What you want and what you get.