[Review:] NSFW, The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, London.

Presenting themes of feminism, violation of the law, and discriminative and abusive treatment of employees by business-owners, NSFW is an engaging and prosperous play. Written by Lucy Kirkwood, and directed by Matthew Neubauer, this play was performed at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre in London. I will first consider set and aesthetic. Nearly every element... Continue Reading →

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[Review:] IPHIGENIA CRASH LAND FALLS ON THE NEON SHELL THAT ONCE WAS HER HEART (A RAVE FABLE), The Bread and Roses Theatre, London.

In reading that this play, Iphigenia – written by Caridad Svich, and performed, on this occasion, at The Bread and Roses Theatre – was a Brechtian and surreal investigation into violence towards women and LGBTQIA themes, I was very intrigued. I felt it paradoxical to combine a dream-like, ethereal mode of theatre with a political, alienated and... Continue Reading →

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