Thursday, April 18, 2013
Last night I was treated to one of the best displays of storytelling I've ever seen (thank you Bouffant). South African performance artist Jemma Kahn and, my good buddy, director John Trengrove have brought a unique style of Japanese storytelling called kamishibai to The Market Theatre in a play called The Epicene Butcher and Other Stories for Consenting Adults. It's as minimal as they come and uses a range of drawing and narrative styles to blow your flippen mind, make you laugh, think and clap your ass off at the end. If you're after a truly amazing, live theatre experience that you'll be telling everyone about for days on end, book your tickets here.