2 P's no Pod
The Public (Lorca)
Someone Else's Rainbow
The Holocaust Trilogy:
Dead Woman on Holiday
* * * * Scotsgay Magazine. . . a powerful celebration of the male form, reversing typical ideas of sexual objectification so that one feels guiltily voyeuristic, but compelled to watch . . .
. . . dramatically switching from the tragic and exploitative to the hilarious . . .
. . . a dark piece but the potent imagery will stay with you . . .
* * * * Edinburgh Festival Review
. . . putting you squarely in your uncomfort zone and keeping you there . . .
. . . successfully bringing modern art to life on stage . . .
* * * Three Weeks
. . . very atmospheric, resonating with sexuality and alternating between being menacing, funny or just plain curious . . .
. . .very real . . .
* * * The Scotsman
. . . flailing, tortured, exposed masculinity . . .
. . . affectionately amusing and tenderly precise in their physicality . . .
The full text of the reviews can be found at
Edinburgh Festival Review