Howzat sparked interesting discussions, even among us. Was it inconsistency in the performances – a weak opening night vs. refined second night show – or, a difference in perception from the reviewers? Lamya and Phil sat to discuss (debate?) their views on this production. Whatever the critical perspectives on this...
When I was living in London you would be spoilt with numerous productions to choose from – not to mention the amateur thespians who had managed to swing a budget for some tutus and a couple of pairs of mouse ears. So popular is the piece that, major American ballet companies generate around 40% of their annual ticket revenues from just from The Nutcracker.
Abdullah dropped in to see Hekayah at NYU Abu Dhabi and the Maestro Improv comedy event at Courtyard Playhouse. Lamya was off to see Burke & Hare at The Junction. Emma caught Absurd Person Singular… all while Phil was out of the country. The team’s picks for the week ahead:...
“Walking out of that play, kissing the actors, and the team, I realized how ‘white’ this play was… too white, too western, too white, I can’t find a better description to it.” – Rosine Saad
Thursday nights adventure found the Camel Stub team at the Courtyard Playhouse for Dubai Drama Group’s production of Absurd Person Singular. All of us are a fan of Alan Ayckbourn’s work so we were particularly excited to see this production.
Check out this week’s episode for November 28 – December 4, 2016. The team get up to some antics at The Junction
When I heard about ‘The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) AKA all 37 of his plays broken down into digestible bites that could be performed in under 97 minutes… My first thoughts were ‘Oh right. That’s do-able I guess’ but then I thought ‘but how?…’