Press: Circus Fire at the Prague Fringe
Critic’s Choice Spotlight Awards:
-Britt Small for best direction for Circus Fire
-Circus Fire for overall best non-professional production.
Monday Magazine Awards:
-Britt Small for Direction for Circus Fire
-Circus Fire for overall production
“This visual tour de force relies heavily on mime and commedia dell’arte. Circus Fire is bold, imaginative and terribly clever. Smartly directed and elegantly produced, it is a memorable piece worth seeking out.”
-Adrian Chamberlain, Times Colonist
“It’s rare that a piece of theatre moves an audience to tears, and rarer still that a piece of student theatre would have that kind of effect. But when a piece of student theatre lacking any sort of obvious, dialogue-driven narrative has just that sort of emotional impact on an audience, it’s an accomplishment well worth noting. Such is the achievement of Circus Fire, a brilliant collaboration between local playwright Janet Munsil and director Britt Small that had more than a few people sniffling by the final scene.”
“The four-person cast is uniformly excellent. Annette Dreeshen, Mike Hall, Kathlene McGuinness and Chad Wood all shift between portraying adults, children, spectators, performers, animals, riggers, clowns—basically anything you’d find at a circus—with a fluid grace that at times seems more dance than acting. And when the shift from childlike innocence to growing panic and horror comes, as it must, it’s as much their collective performances as the script which brings on the tears. Credit too must go to Avery Estuan for his sometimes-spooky, sometimes-celebratory score; when combined with Randy Poulis’ simple yet evocative lighting, Aaron Spouler’s sparse scenic design and the George Theatre’s seating-in-the-round construction, it’s never hard to believe you’re anywhere but exactly where this talented creative team wants you to be.”
- John Threlfall, Monday Magazine
>> See the full Fringe program...
(Keep an eye on Prague TV in the coming weeks for quick reviews during festival time.)
Tickets can be reserved or bought via the Tickestream website directly or by clicking through from each show in the programme section of the Fringe site.
Tickets can be bought on line and printed as an e-ticket or reserved (valid 2 days) then paid for at any Ticketream outlet or simply bought in person at any of the outlets.
They can also be bought at the Fringe Box Office at Divadlo Na Pradle the week of the Fringe and at the theatre venues one hour before the show.
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