Tuesday, February 13, 2007

the great unknown

John Smythe says this about the fringe festival show I worked on...

OBJECTIFICATION SUBJECTIVELY REALISED IN EXCEPTIONAL WORK

Following her extraordinary Arctic Antarctic: a bi-polar play in last year's Fringe, Charlotte Simmonds has come up with another astonishing and challenging work about people who live on the edge: on the fringe.

The Story of Nohome Neville and Unwholesome Clare who Worked in the Kitchens and Smelt like a Dish evokes the relationship between a young homeless man (Alex Greig) and a café kitchen hand (Simmonds). They treat each other as objects while simultaneously commenting on their actions ...

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dark photos from the show...


2 comments:

Dad said...

This is a really great review. Being compared to Janet Frame is no small shakes. I trust your involvement in lighting design and management was a substantial contribution to the production and hope your acquaintance with Ms.Simmonds and others in the production leads you to more involvement in theater even if only for the fun of it.

Flushy McBucketpants said...

yeah. i have no idea who janet frame is. it is a very nice review though.