Featuring live video feedback and sound sculpture, Monkhead Theatre presents a non-traditional adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s 19th century masterpiece.
Heart to Heart Theatre present an exciting theatrical experiment: a “choose your own story” exploration of the developing boundaries between humans and artificial intelligence which lets you decide – could the will of a robot ever override the will of a man?
Also published on A Younger Theatre.
Music spans generations, connects people through a love of the melody and the beat. It brings The Boy (Aaron Price) and The Girl (Rubie Ozanne) together in LOOP, Alexander Knott’s newly written play that charts a family across the decades. It peppers The Woman’s (Emily Thornton) decision to leave the big smoke behind and it drags The Young Man (James Demaine) back with its incessant, pulsating call.
In his first season as artistic director of Theatre N16, Scott Ellis presents a slew of new writing.
For more details about LOOP, please see my accompanying news article.
I haven’t yet seen LOOP (it plays Theatre N16 from 6 – 10 June), but if it is half as entertaining as its two creators, I am in for a wonderfully hilarious night. Their big selling point for the show – it’s not fun and it’s not free. But it does involve several body ripples, which I’ve recently discovered when practicing in front of the mirror that I cannot do. Less of a ripple, more of a body tsunami in my case.