by an anonymous guest critic
Stephanie Jacob’s new play Again could be a traditional comedy-drama about the trials and tribulations of a family. However, Jacobs employs a clever dramaturgical device as well as using flashbacks in order to tell this story of a family of four.
by guest critic Maeve Campbell
Two months in, and already ‘gaslighting’ appears to be the word of the year. Both Trump and Weinstein, who are often cast as toxically masculine villains in the press, have been accused of implementing such misdirection and manipulation toward their female accusers.
by guest critic Ava Davies
all good artists are dead return with their second show as a collective: JOY is a wide-ranging and stretchy exploration of diaspora and sex. Dina Gordon performs as Joy, a woman who contains multitudes.