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August 24, 2010

Katydid is a very, very good piece of theatre. I laughed and smiled and then got all teary-eyed (didn’t actually cry, but I don’t cry without extreme provocation. Or onions.). From the moment I entered the theatre to the simply fantastic audio work of Tane Upjohn-Beatson, to the unsettling lights (designed by Rachel Marlow) illuminating […]

May 10, 2010

I was at BATS just over a week ago seeing My Name is Rachel Corrie. That show was not a comedy. There was, however, a poster for a comedy show by Maeve Higgins. “Holy shit,” says I to the person with whom I was seeing the aforementioned not-comedy, “My mam’s name is Maeve!” Yes, I […]

February 16, 2010

This particular piece of the Fringe Festival begins with a serious question: what, in all honesty, is in a man? It ain’t just a y-chromosome. Gone are the days of Olaf the hairy-lairy Viking—man can no longer solve all his problems with a swing of his axe. This is the twenty-first century—man needs feelings and […]

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