Mushrooms, corpses, and debris litter a decaying marriage in this absurdist piece
Michael Sun may or may not have written this review buzzed
Peter Burrell-Sander loves sketch comedy
Peter Burrell-Sander didn’t need a translator to understand Je Ne Sais Quoi
Wicked-good is a compound adjective Sam Herzog would use to describe The History Boys.
Patrick Morrow followed them (for love they followed him).
Bennett Sheldon reviews SUDS’ House Party.
(Eds note: This review contains brief, aesthetic criticism of a representation of self-harm.) Student theatre necessitates a degree of innovation. Tight budgets, a lack of resources and a limitation on available spaces creates a perfect breeding ground for invention. However, even when actors and directors are forced into back rooms, cafés, street corners, or Studio…
Bennett Sheldon reviews a meal he shared with an awfully theatrical family.
Three previews for the week before Christmas: a comedy pantomime, an improvised storytelling experience, and a delicate piece of verbatim theatre.