Review: Spring Awakening

Spring Awakening is a musical that follows the sexual unearthing of adolescents in a conservative context, communicating the risks that accompany treating the subject as taboo. A cohort of boys and girls are reaching the peak of puberty and must come to understand their sexual urges in a world that hides even the simple science […]

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Preview: Spring Awakening

Combining a cathartic rock score with plotlines dealing with everything from sexual repression to suicide and incest, any director taking on Spring Awakening has a serious task on their hands. However, Amelia Brown and her impressively talented cast (and crew) seem to be more than ready to take on the challenge, producing an intense interpretation […]

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Preview: The Cosmonaut’s Last Message To The Woman He Once Loved In The Former Soviet Union

Heavy brows and chiselled features abound in the aesthetically convincing cast of David Greig’s The Cosmonaut’s Last Message To The Woman He Once Loved In The Former Soviet Union, co-directed by Thomas Bailey and Emma D’Arcy. It comes as no surprise that language and (mis)communication are the drive of such an impractically titled play. It […]

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