Tag Archives: Blood Moon Theatre

April 23

Sex and Death: Something in the Basement and It’s Time – Everything emerges.

Sex and Death: Something in the Basement and It’s Time DKL Productions Blood Moon theatre 10 – 28 April You can grab your tickets here.  Still too close to Nietzsche’s declaration of the death of god, that which surrounds us is laced with the sacredness and sacrament of the traces of religion. Specifically in DKL […]

March 17

One Way Mirror – Paul Gilchrist and the abandonment of pigenholing human nature. (Theatre Review)

One Way Mirror Produced by Subtlenuance. Blood Moon Theatre frm 14 – 24 March. You can grab your tickets here. Plays, like some other literature can be divided into two broad categories, from an audience’s perspective. Those which help us become autonomous and those which help us become less cruel. The first sort of play […]

November 01

Hijacked Rabbit – Theatre as revolution. (Theatre review)

Hijacked Rabbit 31 October to 11 November, Blood Moon Theatre, Jack Rabbit Theatre company. You can grab your tickets here. We should be careful when we think of theatre as receiving good press, because the theatre has always been violently attacked. We look back at “Shakespeare’s time” with a sort of reverence for some lost […]

December 02

Morgan Stern – the clinic, madness and the mirror. (Theatre review)

Morgan Stern Company of Rogues and Blood Moon Theatre 23 November to 3 December You can grab your tickets here Photo credits – Chrissie Ianssen “The clinic—constantly praised for its empiricism, the modesty of its attention, and the care with which it silently lets things surface to the observing gaze without disturbing them with discourse—owes its […]

August 22

Orpheus – The surface as fertile soil for what lies beneath. (Theatre Review)

Orpheus Lies Lies and Propoganda in association with Suspicious Woman Productions Blood Moon Theare at The World Bar 16-27 August 2016 You can grab your tickets here. If it’s a mystery as to why the character Orpheus is so important to Western culture, then it is equally a mystery as to why it has become […]

April 22

A Man Walks Into A Bar – Optimism and faith when joking at the local. (Theatre review)

A Man Walks Into A Bar Off the Avenue Productions at Blood Moon Theatre 21 April – 7 May You can grab your tickets here. Photo credits: Angie Carmen Photography “A serious and good philosophical work could be written consisting entirely of jokes.” — Ludwig Wittgenstein What is a bar but the ultimate combination of […]