Reviews

  • Featured
    • 13/04/2015
    • Review
    Breath // Three Samuel Beckett Works
    • John Daly-Peoples
    • NBR

    "... it provides a fleeting insight into the despair, speculation and the pleasure of revisiting the past without bothering about the future."

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  • Featured
    • 13/04/2015
    • Review
    Breath // Three Samuel Beckett Works
    • James Wenley
    • Theatrescenes

    "It is tempting to interpret Breath as an encapsulation of the ultimate message of all of Samuel Beckett’s plays: you’re born, life is rubbish, you die, and then it happens again to someone else ... this is a program reflect on. Inhale deeply."

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    • 13/04/2015
    Breath // Three Samuel Beckett Works
    • John Daly-Peoples
    • NBR

    "... it provides a fleeting insight into the despair, speculation and the pleasure of revisiting the past without bothering about the future." more

    • 13/04/2015
    Breath // Three Samuel Beckett Works
    • James Wenley
    • Theatrescenes

    "It is tempting to interpret Breath as an encapsulation of the ultimate message of all of Samuel Beckett’s plays: you’re born, life is rubbish, you die, and then... more

    • 13/04/2015
    Breath // Three Samuel Beckett Works
    • Janet McAllister
    • NZ Herald

    "The hour-long show offers a reasonable taste of Beckett for beginners as well as aficionados; the brilliance of Beckett's reprobates is palpable." more

    • 11/04/2015
    Between Zero and One // Strike Percussion
    • Dione Joseph
    • Theatreview

    John Psathas is an exceptional composer. If you haven't had a chance to behold his incredible scores (and I say that without any intention of claiming the work to be bombastic or grandiose) you... more

    • 11/04/2015
    Between Zero and One // Strike Percussion
    • William Dart
    • New Zealand Herald

    The coming together of Strike, the ultimate Kiwi rhthymmeisters, and the vibrant compositional force that is John Psathas was inevitable. The resulting collaboration, Between Zero and One, launched... more

    • 09/04/2015
    Daffodils [inspired by true events]
    • Penny Dodd
    • Theatreview

    "This is the kind of show that I love to see in our theatres: our own stories in our own musical voice, and superbly delivered. The work that has gone into this show is fully evident, it's... more

    • 26/03/2015
    An Awfully Big Adventure
    • Vanessa Byrnes
    • Theatreview

    "Put simply, An Awfully Big Adventure is a treat ... theatre like this can make sense of the absurdity of war." more

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