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Prince Charming – Perth Theatre

Writer: Jenny Worton Director: Ross McKay Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys There’s a lot of pressure being charming all the time. So many expectations. It’s enough to make you take to your bed and stay there in the same pants for three months. Prince Charming is crippled with anxiety, worrying about the dark, being struck by lightning, getting lost in the Bermuda ...

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My Name is Irrelevant – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

man looking at a film slide

Writer: Matthew Hall Director: Ross MacKay Reviewer: Tom Ralphs A slide projector mounted on a collection of notebooks, against a backdrop that includes a video player, diaries and paperbacks is the setting for My Name is Irrelevant. It looks like the bedsit of someone trapped in a 1970s childhood, making it the perfect setting for a piece that deals with ...

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Fisk – The Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

  Writer: Tortoise in a Nutshell and Anne Sophie Oxenvad Director: Ross MacKay Reviewer: Dominic Corr The Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh is the heart of emerging talent and often a solemn home for conceptual productions others would raise eyebrows at. Tortoise in a Nutshell's Fisk is one such show that benefits from Traverse's embracement of the new. Issues surrounding mental ...

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Feral – The Lowry Studio, Salford

Directors: Ross MacKay Devised and Conceived by the company Reviewer: Stephen M Hornby   The stage consists of an animator’s studio, with a central platform of lights and a raked surface and two supporting desks, one to mix sound from and one to mix the images which will appear on a grey dormant screen once the show begins. Feral is ...

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