Stone’s piece is poignant, exposing both the beauty of tragic theatre and the power of the representational. The Wild Duck is one of those plays that make you reflect on the life you live, and feel giddy at the power of the theatre. Ralph Thompson reviews.
I appreciated the aesthetic of their glistening, rippling abs and iron thighs as I lounged back and quaffed wine, completely enthralled by their sure footed athleticism in pointe shoes. My body groaned as it imagined attempting the supreme way they moved; supple and utterly elastic. Samuel J. Cox reviews.