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Director’s Notes: Evan Frayne on “The Lonesome West”

Before the smashing success of In Bruges, Martin McDonagh hit the London theatre scene and quickly became known as the “Quentin Tarantino of the theatre world”. His plays are visceral, violent and darkly humorous. But in his plays, there is also beauty and human connection. McDonagh wrote almost his entire cannon in less than a year and in 1997 he ... Read More »

DanceHouse Producer Jim Smith sheds light on Hervé Koubi’s ‘What the day owes to the night’

Upon his father’s deathbed, choreographer Hervé Koubi learned late in his 25th year that his family’s origins were not from France but Algeria. This dramatic revelation opened the door to Africa for him in a poetic quest of rediscovery and search for his family’s roots. As part of this journey, Koubi auditioned dancers to create a work that would reveal ... Read More »