James Newbery reviews the original show Simulacrum created by Riana Modi and Helena Aerbli.
Ana Pagu looks back on the projects she had to cancel due to the virus, and explores the impact of this loss within Oxford drama and theatre on a large scale.
Sarah Lewis reviews student written radio play, V-Card.
Helena Aeberli and Riana Modi explore the impact of lockdown on their planned Trinity term show, and how they are adapting to a new form of theatre with their upcoming show “Simulacrum”.
Juliet Daniels delves into her formative relationship with the whacky world of Rocky Horror, and the joys of dressing up and dancing along live!
Imogen Front shares with us her formative experience of live theatre at the now closed Nuffield Southampton Theatre.
By bringing the Shakespearean drama not only to life but to the immediate surrounding of us, Sleep No More blurs the border between drama and life.
The thrilling spontaneity of a live performance is lost when the same version is replayed and editing done to perfect mistakes. The audience and performers are inextricably linked by a bond of being; the audience exists to watch, the actors to be watched.
A new edition of ‘Plays that Made Me’, this time charting the start of a life loving musical theatre after watching Les Mis.
Oxford’s theatre community proves perpetually innovative in the face of current restrictions. 00 Productions are back with another virtual show, “Songs of the old world: shows we wish we’d done”, a cabaret comprised of songs from shows which have been affected by COVID-19 in some way. The event is in aid of three charities: Artists Read More…