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A feature article for America's leading theatre magazine about a multi-national company based in Italy that is experimenting with a new method.
A review of a performance art show about theatre critics at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
A combined review of two shows - one theatre, one cabaret - at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
A short review of a solo spoken word show by a well-known poet, Luke Wright, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
A short review of a one-woman play about Dorothy Parker at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
A short review of an outdoor, multi-media, interactive experimental theatre show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
A short review of a multi-media character comedy show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
A review of a Christmas pantomime in Keswick, UK.
A feature about a one-day festival of experimental theatre in Cambridge, UK, with critiques of highlighted shows.
A review of a premiere by a well-loved company, Little Bulb, at Battersea Arts Centre in London.
A review of a feminist Christmas pantomime in Cambridge, UK.
A review of new theatre writing at Theatre 503 in London. Natasha Tripney, lead critic at The Stage, said, 'This is a great review'.
A review of two dance pieces performed by a London-based company at the Cambridge Junction performing arts venue.
A widely read and retweeted long feature essay discussing stand-up comedy's status in the performing arts world, in the context of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, with critiques of individual performances from a range of comedy artists - from unknowns to the famous Stewart Lee. BBC Radio 6 DJ Shaun Keaveny described the writing as 'balletic and poetic'.
A review of a dance performance by a London-based company, Still House (Dan Canham) in Cambridge, UK.
A long feature article about a festival of contemporary European performance in Birmingham, UK, with critiques of individual shows, including theatre, dance and circus.
A feature article about a festival of contemporary and experimental performance in Cambridge, UK, with critiques of selected shows.