At a macro level, Catfish The Musical is a story about someone who didn’t seek to correct an error immediately, even if there was no malicious intent in the said error, only to try to ride it out. This results in consequences that would have never occurred if they had just tried to speak up […]
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One of those productions that I didn’t get around to (because, y’know, how many versions of Henry V does one need to see in one’s lifetime?), the Barn Theatre has made available its 2019 production of the iconic Shakespeare play to audience on online platforms. The camera work is, I must say, somewhat jarring at […]
Firmly in the realm of contemporary dance, there are traces of more ‘traditional’ (for want of a better word) disciplines that can be seen in Deluxe, presumably a reflection of their individual and collective training – dancers and directors alike. Such beautifully, if unconventional, choreographed movements are a delight to see – and, thanks to […]
John Mortimer’s two-hander is a classic of the genre – the genre being plays set within a legal framework: Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose (1964) comes to mind as does Terrance Rattigan’s The Winslow Boy (1946), as well as David Hare’s Murmuring Judges (1991). Mortimer was a lawyer by trade but after the success […]
As I walked into the auditorium whilst being handed an immigration card, and being surrounded by dialogues from migrants and refugees from all around the world, I was now in a migrant’s world. It wasn’t a subtle start. I was thrown into the experience right from the very beginning. The first phase is about ‘Home’. […]