It is always good to see a new play that is a little bit different, with Black Martini; they give you something fresh each time.
… powerful and assured performances … not often seen in student productions of this complexity.
Well written, zany humour at its best.
Is drowning the worst thing the sea can do to you?
Where is the divide between attracting a man and bringing on a sexual attack? In the appearance or in the mind?
‘The Shenanigans Festival’ this year was co-ordinated by the cookie Stephen B. Platt. It was presented in two parts, the
When society loses compassion
Camaraderie versus decency
‘Voyage. The Poetics of Embodiment’, is a 60-minute, energy packed spectacular of contemporary dance, devised and directed by Salmiyah Fiedorowicz.
The pace, the chemistry the subtle showing of emotions left everyone stunned. It certainly wasn’t an easy ‘watch’, and at times it was difficult not to rush onto the stage and protect poor Julie or to attack her diabolical husband. With such a drama, the silence at the end before the applause is a guide to success, but when the whole audience sit in total silence for minutes after a play finishes – that is a triumphant success.