* * * * Perfect pitch
Tue 30/Wed 1, Sat 4 May and tour
Review by Thom Dibdin
“Feel free to play with the actors – but please don’t hurt them…” The usher handing out headphones to her audience is quite clear about the rules.
Immersive theatre is one thing. You buy into the idea that you are part of the scenery, however passively, and that you will be moved around the performance space. Immersive companies with any credibility view their ushers as performers.
But the open possibilities of this particular instruction are almost too numerous to contemplate. The brain, already honing itself to face the unknown events of an interactive performance, quickly … Continue reading Review – Auditory Hallucinations