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Georgie Grace responding to Post: Everything I know about the global financial crisis in one hour
There’s a song on Laurie Anderson’s
2010 album Homeland titled only an expert. In her inimitable
vocal, half said, half sung, she wryly repeats: Now only an expert can deal with the
problem Because half the problem is seeing
the problem And only an expert c...
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Eva Aymami Rene responding to Idiot-Syncrasy by Igor and Moreno
Igor and
Moreno are two London-based performance artists who make work together since
2007. With their presence and their voices, this couple makes political
statements about bodies that become visible. Idiot-Syncrasy is Igor and Moreno’s endeavour to chang...
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John Bourassa responding to Idiot-Syncrasy by Igor and Moreno
Dancers can watch dance in an almost participatory way; they
physically empathise as they observe, virtually feeling the movement more fully
than the rest of us. Thanks to mirror neurons , which can
activate the same parts of the brain whether we are doing ...
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Rosalind Bouverie responding to Idiot-Syncrasy by Igor and Moreno
Igor and
Moreno gaze into the audience. Their song, soft at first, rouses to passion. In
the silence afterwards they stare forwards and begin their synchronous bounce. Anoraks
are unzipped, jeans and trainers come off. We hear the sure pulse of their feet.
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John Bourassa responding to Domestic Labour, A Study in Love by 30 Bird
Let's be honest: I generally don't even read theatre reviews,
much less write them. I joined this group because I want to help create and support
new work and new audiences and to find ways to understand what makes them both
tick. But I do love theatre, or ...
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Joy Martin responding to Domestic Labour, A Study in Love by 30 Bird
 A ‘Review’ by Joy L.
Martin The night after I saw Domestic
Labour: A Study in Love by Cambridge theatre company 30 Bird, I dreamed
that I was holding a vacuum cleaner to my ear like a conch shell and listening
for the sea… The show begins with three women ...
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Kata Fulop responding to Domestic Labour, A Study in Love by 30 Bird
Domestic Labour: A Study in Love , the 30 bird Productions’ visual theatre peace, welcomed the packed Cambridge Junction’s audience with a series of beautiful images. “How cool” screamed my inner voice as the three actresses posed with vacuum cleaners as he...
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Molly Flynn responding to Domestic Labour, A Study in Love by 30 Bird
As a big fan of both feminism and
vintage-home appliances, I was really looking forward to watching 30 Bird's
latest production 'Domestic Labour: A study in love'. In the play, three women
recite the story of  a man and a woman
and the intricacies of their ...
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And from Maddy Costa...
The workshop alongside Domestic Labour: A Study in Love was led by Maddy Costa: There are few more thankless
tasks known to humankind than housework. You wash and wipe, dust and sweep, but
every effort is in vain: skin continues flaking, meals need making, ...
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Georgie Grace responding to Domestic Labour, A Study in Love by 30 Bird
Three women are holding vacuum cleaners. Old vacuum cleaners, upright, fabric bags. Spotlit, draped with cables. Not only holding - wielding, cradling, baring, placing, clutching, embracing, balancing. How many ways can you deal with the same thing? How man...
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