Thursday, 10 May 2012

From The Nightingale (blog):

"Part of the excitement and wonder of watching live theatre is the knowledge that every performance is unique, and the quality of live interaction between actor and audience is all the more thrilling in the small-scale arena, away from the slick hydraulics and automated scenery of theatre land. In close proximity we can be acutely aware that the actors on stage are responding to the audience in real time, and that this particular performance is happening for the first and last time. White Rabbit, Red Rabbit takes this powerful aspect of theatre performance one step further..."

Read the full review here.

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