Joan, an ‘audiodrama’, has as its central character a teenager (Stephanie Booth) who has the confidence and assertiveness of someone with ambition and their whole lives still ahead of them – and, thankfully for listeners, is not the kind of Angry Young Thing who can only express themselves using expletives. But she is not without […]
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The difficulties fellow theatregoers report when it comes to viewing productions online include technical hitches when a show is broadcast live (which to me is ultimately no different from a situation where the stage manager would come on stage and apologise that the show has had to briefly pause), or just a general ‘it’s not […]
What becomes evident over the ten short performances making up We R Not Virus is that the racial hatred experiences of east and south-east Asians in the age of coronavirus is highly varied, something which also became apparent in the post-show panel discussions. In other words, while there are some common denominators, there are ultimately […]
It is already evident from the output of new productions in recent weeks that ‘lockdown’ is a relatively common theme. And why not? It is immensely topical and universal – even key workers and others whose working hours have either not changed or even increased will almost undoubtedly have noticed the changes to everyone’s lifestyles […]
In just three months, theatrical productions on Zoom have become the norm as producers and actors look for a way to keep working and entertain people who can’t get to see live theatre. Zoom theatre productions now even have their own tropes such as the passing of an object be it a prop or piece […]