The July 2005 London bombings may not have had the same physical and emotional impact as 9/11, but it was a moment when the British capital took a similar intake of breath.
In previous Edinburgh Fringe successes "Particularly in the Heartland," "A Thousand Natural Shocks" and "Give Up! Start Over!", Gotham's the TEAM has proved itself a brilliant chronicler of the chaos…
Zinnie Harris couldn't have wished for better timing. As Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic faces a pre-trial hearing before the war crimes tribunal in the Hague, where he must answer charges of…
Despite the credit crunch and the ever-spiraling costs of production, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows no signs of relinquishing its position as the world's largest arts festival. This year's…
As arguments over the baby go, "When was the last time you varnished him?" is one of the less common accusations made by a wife to her husband. But when your child has been fashioned from a tree…
Despite the energy of the African dancing, the sweet vocal harmonies of the traditional music and the value of the message, the show is disappointingly ponderous.
Douglas Adams stretched his "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" trilogy to five installments, so there's a clear precedent for playwright John Byrne to offer a fourth part to his celebrated "Slab…
When Hans Christian Andersen wrote "The Emperor's New Clothes" in 1837, he wasn't thinking about land ownership in the Scottish Highlands. Nor did he have any concern for Scotland's burgeoning music…
It's taken an Australian to make auds in Scotland face the realities of a changing Europe.
It speaks volumes about Suspect Culture and Graeae Theater that their first collaboration should be a show about pop music: One of the actors in Dan Rebellato's "Static" is deaf and the entire…