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The First Review

Any of those who have read my last post, knows that I’ve recently accepted an opportunity to see shows and write about them. While I’m not allowed to include the actual review in this post as part of my contract, I can write the experience and things I’ve learned from my first time writing my thoughts on a show that got published. 571 more words

General

Modern Jesus, Nursery Theatre

This review was originally written for and published by The Public Reviews, the original review can be found here

Writer and director: Christopher Neels… 571 more words

Theatre Reviews

Belonging – Roundhouse, London. ***

This review was originally written for The Public Reviews.

http://www.thepublicreviews.com/belonging-roundhouse-london/

This is a collaboration between Graeae which specialises in placing deaf and disabled artists in centre stage and Circo Crescer e Vivier, a social programme based in Rio de Janeiro focusing on circus performances. 395 more words

Theatre Reviews

Arguendo: Chair Movement Does Not a Performance Make---Theatre

Arguendo,” the latest offering by DC’s Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, is an interesting attempt to make an entertaining mountain out of a mountain, but this attempt falls short…very short. 346 more words

Arts

Opera Lyra Presents Madama Butterfly - An Opera Review

Opera Lyra concludes its 29th season with the Giacomo Puccini’s Madama Butterfly. Before I really start to get into this specific opera I need to lay some groundwork here. 884 more words

Ottawa

Reviews: Cars And Boys, Dundee Rep & Pirates And Mermaids, Poorboy tour (Sunday Herald)

Cars And Boys

Dundee Rep

Until April 26

Pirates And Mermaids

Seen at Woodend Bowling Club, Jordanhill, Glasgow;

touring until May 18

Reviews by Mark Brown… 572 more words

Theatre Reviews

Theatre Review: Belleville is an unusually penetrating melodrama

Two plays have now opened in Toronto in rapid succession in which a character’s stubbing a toe turns out to be a defining moment. In Soliciting Temptation it’s a middle-aged man’s foot that gets bumped, and it’s adduced, not least by himself, as proof of what an accident-prone doofus he is. 874 more words

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