Tag Archives: verbatim

Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Christie Trial, Wyndham’s Theatre

She’s behind you! The new Wagatha Christie play is less Two Angry Women, more panto. Read my full Telegraph review here

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Interview: Dael Orlandersmith

The actress and playwright discusses Until The Flood, which addresses the 2014 shooting of African-American teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Read my full Ham & High/Islington Gazette interview here

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Dance grippingly explores world of social outsiders

Lloyd Newson’s DV8 company takes a big risk in fusing two opposing elements – metaphorical movement and verbatim drama – but it pays off with gripping new work JOHN. DV8, which previously tackled Islamic fundamentalism and homophobia, here confronts the harrowing life of a social outsider, the eponymous John (Hannes Langolf), … Continue reading

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JOHN, National Theatre

It is no exaggeration to say that Lloyd Newson has created a new theatrical language. Verbatim drama and intricate choreography would seem, on paper, to be fatally competing elements, yet Newson’s hypnotic fusion charges both word and movement with fresh … Continue reading

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