Review: Iron (2003) at the Royal Court

When going to a play called Iron (presented in early 2003 at the Royal Court, London), one hardly knows what to expect. Iron: it lends itself to phrases like ‘ruling with an iron fist’, iron bars, iron will, even ironing one’s clothes. All of these are useful as one mulls over exactly what takes place within the play. For Iron is, in the end, not … Continue reading Review: Iron (2003) at the Royal Court

Review: WAZU – not just a bad hair day (2002)

Completed as a reviewing assignment while studying away at the Trinity/La MaMa Performing Arts Program in New York City in 2002 SLANT, a performance trio with Rick Ebihara, Wayland Quintero and Perry Yung, created and presented WAZU – not just a bad hair day at the La MaMa E.T.C. Annex between September 12th and 29th, 2002. A piece created about the trio’s trip to the Yunnan Province … Continue reading Review: WAZU – not just a bad hair day (2002)

Review experiments: Metamorphisis, Joe, Trisha Brown, and John (2002)

This was an exercise in different kinds of reviews, completed while studying away at the Trinity/La MaMa Performing Arts Program in New York City in 2002 “Joe” Descriptive Review It wasn’t clear exactly when Richard Maxwell’s “Joe” actually began. A band – a guitarist, pianist and saxopohonist – played music right through till almost 8:45PM, at which point a young boy came on stage in … Continue reading Review experiments: Metamorphisis, Joe, Trisha Brown, and John (2002)