Tag Archives: Melvyn Morrow

March 31

Enright on the Night – Theatre as embodied histories. (Theatre Review)

Enright on the Night The Genesian Theratre 23 March – 13 April. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Grant Fraser Theatre is necessarily transitory and ephemeral. Something of theatre is preserved in text and type, but reviews, programs and published plays can never properly portray the experience of attendance. In this, theatre (and live […]

February 03

Dorian Gray Naked – The sublime death of reason. (Theatre Review)

Dorian Gray Naked Popinjay Productions with Limelight on Oxford 30 Jan – 16 Feb. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Clare Hawley For Wilde, and other strong thinkers of his ilk like Derrida and Foucault, Western reason is identified with an oppressive and totalitarian way of life and a sociocultural imperialism in which reason […]

August 02

Acts of Faith – Melvyn Morrow and the ownership of “facts” (Theatre Review)

Acts of Faith King Street Theatre from 18 July to 5 August You can grab your tickets through Tickets Tonight here, or through Kings Street theatre here. Surely the placement of the Property Developer and the Nun in a real estate deal is one of the most modern examples of the spheres of fiction and […]

May 03

Vice – Melvyn Morrow challenges you in your role as judge, jury and executioner. (Theatre Review)

Vice King Street Theatre April 21 to May 9. You can grab your tickets here. Image credits to Thomas Adams It’s taken me a long time to write about Vice. I kept changing my approach, and that in itself tells you this is a piece of theatre that is very thought-provoking and worth spending those […]