[Review:] FLIGHTS OF FANCY, White Bear Theatre, London.

Flights of Fancy is an evening of five short plays, staged at the White Bear Theatre. All short plays were written by James Mannion and directed by various directors, and tech was operated by Liam Wise. I shall start with an overview of the evening and then review each playlet one by one. Flights of... Continue Reading →

[Review:] THE TWILIGHT HOUR, Canal Café Theatre, London.

I have said before that compound theatre, performances composed of several playlets, seems to be one poignant way forward for the dramatic arts. Not only is the audience's attention span increased but an ability to present a wide range of performance styles and stories under one strong theme is engendered as well. Before I begin... Continue Reading →

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