solo performance · kate radford · Ages 16+ · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

one person show
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June 27, 2019 certified reviewer
tagged as: power · magic · music · women

What I liked

How it became a song-poem. Reminding me of old Bertolt Brecht

What I didn't like

Nothing. I think it will also make a beautiful short film with Kate narrating and using her own body in the film.

My overall impression

Kate will take you on a spiritual journey, using mythological narrative to examine violence women have suffered and will suffer at the hands of man. It is not an attack but a look at old truths rooted in ancient and modern-day storytelling. Kate’s use of her foot to control the electronic music became its own form of poetry as her voice soared and roared through the dark space, as footage of old ruins swelled the tiny theatre, DROUGHT became a new religion. You have one more chance to this regal being. GO!

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