Tag Archives: The Old 505 Theater

June 27

I (Love) You – Eliza Oliver and self expression. (Theatre Review)

I (Love) You Old 505 Theatre 18 – 29 June. You can grab your tickets here. Up until very recent times, the form-giving subject has always been male. But not only male. We live inside a paradox: language proves the sexuality of the peridium of ‘living’ while all language (governed by science) maintains that discourse […]

May 06

Normal: Lisa chats with Katie Pollock. (Theatre Interview)

Normal The Uncertainty Principle and The Old 505 Theatre 29 May – 15 June. You can grab your tickets here. Images: James Balian It was enormously interesting reading into The Town that Caught Tourettes in order to interview writer Katie Pollock about her forthcoming play Normal. Mass psychogenic illness is a baffling condition that has […]

April 25

Frida Kahlo: Viva La Vida – The artist who resisted branding. (Theatre Review)

Frida Kahlo: Viva La Vida Théâtre Excentrique with The Old 505 Theatre. 23 April to 4 May. You can grab your tickets here. Images: Mansoor Noor For artists Humberto Robles, Anna Jahjah and Kate Bookallil, Frida Kahlo’s ability to resist branding herself is exemplified in the endless attempt to brand her that has surrounded her […]

October 08

The Natural Conservatorium for Wise Women – Absurdism after the female. (Theatre Review)

The Natural Conservatorium for Wise Women Clockfire Theatre Company 3-21 October Old 505 Theatre You can grab tickets here.  Illustrations: Sunita Lewis In her beautiful program notes to The Natural Conservatorium for Wise Women, director Emily Ayoub describes, breaks down and intentionally demystifies the processional logic behind the Clockfire Theatre Companies alluring efforts in creating […]