“When I collaborate, I want to collaborate with the wrong person.” Pichet Klunchun, Thai dancer and director, reveals a glint… Read more Telling a Thai Tale: A Dance Dramaturg’s Take (article for The Theatre Times)
My review of Colin Dunne’s Concert at Dance Umbrella, for The Theatre Times The important thing about rhythm is… Read more Concert: Review
(written for The Learned Pig magazine) This is an instrument I have never seen before. A slender dark wooden box, one… Read more Common Salt: review
I’m sitting in the faded splendour of Swindon Dance’s main studio, which is adorned with huge vintage mirrors, curlicued window… Read more The Butterfly Effect (article for Oxford Dance Writers)
I see movement in front of me, usually on a stage or studio floor. Sometimes on a screen. “The Space”.… Read more Taking my shoes off: dramaturgy by movement
One thing I love about my dramaturgy work is the privilege of being able to dip into so many artists’… Read more From Votes for Women to Buddhist mythology, via Tango: two months in dramaturgy
Alongside the ever-changing experience of parenting a toddler, with its daily doses of hilarity and tests of patience, I have… Read more Goodbye 2017…
Links to my recent writing (and videos) on dramaturgy and dance.