No minute wasted – Sold by Mama by Dominique Little at the Hen and Chickens Theatre

Sold By Mama are forty intense, uncomfortable but also funny monodrama minutes written and performed by Dominique Izabella Little who found inspiration for her snippety collage of interviews with prostitutes during her Hollywood commute through the streets of Los Angeles. You do not have to have visit California’s City Of Angels to know about its … Continue reading No minute wasted – Sold by Mama by Dominique Little at the Hen and Chickens Theatre

Ladies and Jellicles – Linus Karp at the Phoenix Arts Club

The euro techno beats of an upbeat version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Memory welcome me at the Phoenix Arts Club once my covid pass has been checked, followed by another non-conical Let’s Get Jellicle anthem. If you know how the blue Belgium comic goblins describe events as smurftastic you get an idea of tonight’s one … Continue reading Ladies and Jellicles – Linus Karp at the Phoenix Arts Club

A Red Square – Pony Cam is sending Liam Neeson on a PowerPoint adventure

Frankly, in the weeks of actual theatres reopening in many cities around the globe and after months of Zoom fatigue, no one is waiting for a left mouse click-operated online play entirely presented as a slide show. But the various bank holidays in continental Europe allow me to fit Pony Cam’s A Red Square into … Continue reading A Red Square – Pony Cam is sending Liam Neeson on a PowerPoint adventure

Trying to explain a very German phenomena from California – Die drei ??? in Hamburg

Germans are strange people occasionally: How could an averagely successful American kids’ detective book series ever become a national treasure? The Three Investigator books were first published in the United States in 1964 and author Robert Arthur doubted the success so much himself he asked no one else but Alfred Hitchcock to step up as a patron and an occasional book … Continue reading Trying to explain a very German phenomena from California – Die drei ??? in Hamburg

An (almost) non-cynical weekend in Disneyland, Paris

What would Johann Wolfgang von Goethe say to Disneyland? He finished his poem The Sorcerer’s Apprentice in 1797After some turbulence times in autumn my friend and I decided to book a trip to Disneyland Paris. We wanted a weekend without worries, too much action and brainpower. While there is enough to do for adrenaline junkies … Continue reading An (almost) non-cynical weekend in Disneyland, Paris