David Bruce - Creating dramatical tension with the audience
Sam West - Do the things that frighten you, they said...
Adam Cork - Working with the ‘transcript’ style of verbatim theatre
Orlando Gough - Working with a seemingly modern piece of theatre, written 2500 years ago
Our ability and desire to compare is at the root of our human intelligence, whether it be between tools, courses of action or our next meal. Beyond the quotidian, we may seek enrichment, knowledge or meaning through mental and practical comparison, between different ideas, sounds, images, texts, ...
Multiplicity of material and sonic levels creates continuity despite some surprises along the way
Developing a personal language out of group creativity
Responding to a unique setting, heavy with a history of its own
There is an obvious and immediate problem in trying to combine music from multiple cultures
If an idea or practice is terrain, what is its shape?