A black perspective told as fantasy by a white author like this, means that choices and balance don’t always sit well.Read More
Category: Stage Reviews
Makoha fled Uganda in 1978with his mother in a bid to escape the civil war and reign of Idi Amin.
As the precarious overnight bus journey that ensues, scenes are interspersed, with flashbacks and poetic monologues performed by Michael Balogun (who has an uncanny resemblance to Makoha) and Akiya Henry.
As an avid lover of musical theatre and a general adore of the higher forms of heavenly entertainment found on Mount Olympus (don’t ask), I have always known that opera would find its place pre-carved out in the recesses of my heart, calling to it to say, “here lieth your homestead Muse”.Read More
ear for eye is created as a series of different snapshots, looking at varying aspects of the racial injustice timeline we ultimately all run into through the lens of different characters trying to live their lives in modern societyRead More