EGO OBLITERATION FROM THE ACTOR

EGO OBLITERATION FROM THE ACTOR

I first did the Butoh lightning bolt exercise in about 1989. It transformed much of my practical thinking about theatre. While Butoh in performance often leaves me cold, its value for training actors is immense. Nothing compares with it when it comes to finding ways...
THE SOUND IN THE AIR

THE SOUND IN THE AIR

I saw a show the other night. Lots of people looked terribly serious. They were important people. Their importance was obvious. They held their cheeks in a most important way. And for some, it was in the way they drew attention to the management that their importance...
DANCE ME TO OBLIVION AGAIN

DANCE ME TO OBLIVION AGAIN

  art, theatre and reality dance to a deathly tune with farcical absurdity for a somnambulist audience Shadow House PITS aims to create theatre that struggles to escape the defined certainty of beliefs, factual interpretations and points of view. Dance Me was...