Nothing like a hot Sunday afternoon, a cold beer and an open terrace in the heart of Camden as a setting to interview Renato Rocha. The Actor and Theater Director is working in town this summer, acting in BufoMecanica’s piece for the Shakespeare Festival: Two Roses for Richard III, and as Artistic Director of Dark [...]
Lya Nagado: Questioning Mortality “The whole magic of beauty is in its mystery” - Schiller* As soon as I saw Lya Nagado’s beautifully executed, but enigmatic, oil paintings ranged around the gallery wall at ICN, I knew I was in the presence of something rather special. Her paintings, whose hues and tones suggest those of the [...]
It is this unlikely marriage and Romen’s ability to lure in his audience, that his strength lies. I find myself wanting to spin under the pina colada parapluie of his images, to be seduced by the karma sutra of his colour wheel. By Emer Costello
One of the most enchanting theater companies from Brazil, Galpao returns to the Globe Theatre’s stage and gives an exclusive interview to Braziliality
To celebrate the Shakespeare Globe to Globe Festival and represent Brazil, there could be no better choice. Galpao’s Romeo and Juliet is irreverent and daring.
However, the biggest treasure in Brazil is the creativity perpetuating within the great freedom and humour of contemporary artists. It’s a pleasure, as a Brazilian, to see the power of influence in the international artistic scene.
Into theatre – how to design using the camera as tool Sophisticated use of media entered experimental theatre productions in the 80s, thanks to the great influence of Robert Wilson and Phillip Glass’s ‘Einstein on the beach’. “[Einstein on the beach] is a cultural icon in so far as it crystallises and transcends the experimental [...]