The Boy Who Cried

The Boy Who Cried presents an interesting premise; tangling the mythology of outcast creatures with the way in which we treat, and have treated, those who suffer from mental health problems. Unfortunately what could have been an intriguingly innovative way of exploring the minefield of issues surrounding mental illness is poorly underserved by an ironically … Continue reading The Boy Who Cried

Sochi 2014

Originally written for The Public Reviews There’s something almost stingingly ironic about being told at the beginning of a performance about human rights abuses that all of the cast and crew have been paid Equity minimum rates. It’s an undoubtedly excellent achievement for a small venue and a strong statement to make in the current … Continue reading Sochi 2014