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Pea Green Boat reflections

Just this past week, I was fortunate enough to attend a performance of Stewart Lee’s Pea Green Boat, not once but twice!

From the outset, I need to be clear that I am not, in any way, trying to write a theatre review here. 1,174 more words


What makes games unique?

At PAX Australia 2015 in Melbourne, I attended Warren Spector’s keynote speech, which included the quote,

“We are all part of a medium nothing else can do: collaborative storytelling.

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29th October 2015: Alton Towers' Scarefest & Sub Species: Operation Lockdown

Apologies for the lateness, the last week of October was absolutely hectic with regards to haunts, theme parks, and raves, and I pushed myself far too hard and ended up being ill all last week. 3,139 more words


Secret Cinema (Back to the Future) Review

This review is a little late coming, however with this recent popular wave of ‘Immersive Experiences’ I felt the need to leave a review to share with my readers. 1,470 more words


Singing in the Shower (The Post Modern Dance Version)

On a rainy Friday evening, I walked into the lobby of a Manhattan apartment and was cheerfully checked against “the list” of guests to be admitted to the party. 779 more words


REVIEW: The Owl and Cat Presents BORDELLO

The brothel is open

By Myron My

Bordello, the newest production from The Owl and Cat Theatre, is an immersive theatrical experience revolving around one fateful evening at a brothel. 414 more words

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