Critics in Dialogue

Dialogues

2 Jun , 2017  

theatertreffen

Here’s an overview over all the dialogue reviews and critical discussion on Exeunt and other pages I’ve participated in. May 2017: Long Theatertreffen Dialogue with Lee Anderson in which we talk about 89/90, Three Easy Pieces und Die Borderline Prozession January 2016: New Mourning Exeunt contributors think about how the internet has changed our experience of […]

Edinburgh Fringe

All Kinds of Magic

3 Aug , 2015  

A small feather flutters from Robert Jägerhorn’s hands. I think he has just set free a caged bird I’ve seen him draw on a deck of playing cards with a sharpie just seconds before. I can’t be too sure though, because the moment is gone. All I’m left with is a content feeling of awe […]

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Theatre

Theatre Uncut 2014

7 Dec , 2014  

I consume politics like I consume food. On a regular basis and in any format I like. I like my eggs scrambled and my reading in the form of mildly outraged Guardian articles from a carefully curated Twitter stream. There I can exchange snarky comments with other like-minded people and if someone threatens my belief […]

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Edinburgh Fringe

Quiet Pop-Up Revolution

18 Aug , 2014  

Just two people having a conversation, no props, no set – Duncan Macmillan’s Lungs is clever (life-altering discussions in IKEA-clever), funny (rambling, self-interrupting monologues with ecological self-awareness funny) conversations in the plural and I’m utterly absorbed in the quick to-and-fro, the quips and all the linguistic intricacies of Macmillan’s writing. I’m sitting in the Roundabout, […]

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