[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 →

Iphigenia (A Rave Fable)!

This review is now available! Click here to view it. A review will be out shortly for Caridad Svich's Iphigenia, performed at The Bunker! To buy your tickets now, click this link: https://www.bunkertheatre.com/whats-on/iphigenia-a-rave-fable Also, make sure you're following The Theatre Reviewer on Tumblr and Twitter to keep up-to-date with posts and reviews: Tumblr: thetheatrereviewer Twitter:... Continue Reading →

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