Sunday, 13 July 2014

This is Living @ Bedlam

One thing that the Fringe does bring: new playwrights. It is a question whether theatre needs them, but there are here in abundance.

This is Living is determinedly modern in its content - no old time kings hacking through their families, no star-crossed underaged lovers twisted to become a symbol of something.

My suspicion of the script aside, it is this wave of new writers who keep theatre relevant, and it seems necessary for a healthy scene. I just worry about the financial burden that they might incur. 

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