Category: theatre

Throttle raises road cliches to high Art

Geoff Ebbs /26 April, 2019

There is nothing like a road trip to highlight personality traits and set the scene for a battle between the small domestic world established in the car interior and the big bad world outside the windows of that private space. So, a white Volvo and a domestic spat and a potentially loving resolution in a Continue Reading →

Birth of a Classic

Geoff Ebbs /1 July, 2017

Birth is a messy, painful reminder that life itself is torn from the earth at great cost. Birth is not a generally considered a comfortable spectator sport. Packaging the darkness that is the wasteland at the heart of this play in a romcom is a stroke of genius that allows us as an audience to Continue Reading →