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Breaking The Fourth Wall

Michael Davis' thoughts on theatre and the Arts.

  • By Michael Davis
  • Based in United Kingdom
  • Roughly three posts per month

Posts per month

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Sep 2022 2
Oct 2022 7
Nov 2022 1
Dec 2022 1
Jan 2023 0
Feb 2023 4
Mar 2023 4
Apr 2023 5
May 2023 5
Jun 2023 3
Jul 2023 4
Aug 2023 4
Sep 2023 5
Oct 2023 2
Nov 2023 2
Dec 2023 0
Jan 2024 3
Feb 2024 3
Mar 2024 6
Apr 2024 1

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Most recent posts

Tess, Belgrade Theatre – Review
Directed by Alex Harvey and Charlotte Mooney of circus company Ockham’s Razor and produced by Turtle Key Arts, Tess (based on Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles) embraces the techniques and strengths of physical theatre …
On , by Michael Davis, 673 words
The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Etcetera Theatre – Review
Marcus Aurelius: [to his daughter Lucilla] “If only you had been born a man, what a Caesar you would have made.” – Gladiator One of the most ‘charismatic’ figures in French history, Jeanne la Pucelle …
On , by Michael Davis, 896 words
Mad Women, Etcetera Theatre – Review
Back in 2018, writer/director Constanza Hola Chamy contributed to Glass Splinters, a semi-regular theatrical event that showcases short plays about historical women who have made significant cultural contributions, but are undervalued – if remembered at …
On , by Michael Davis, 452 words