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

I should note before starting this review that my views on this performance do not seem to equate those of the vast majority of the audience members. Having studied a countless array of audiences, though, I do believe this is because of the mode of performance that the play alludes to and the recognisable performativity... Continue Reading →

[Review:] THE LION KING, Lyceum Theatre, London.

The Lion King remains one of the most popular shows in the West End, directed by Julie Taymor, book by Irene Mecchi. As beautiful ambulant puppets flood the aisles of the stalls, parading onto the stage, it is definitely easy to believe oneself transported into the midst of an animal parade in the heart of... Continue Reading →

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