The play swings crudely from one declamation of revenge to another until the stage floor is littered with body parts and blood.
Liz Joyce has struck a delicate balance between two worlds—our hip 21st century know-it-all cynicism and the sepia-toned time-gone-by of our grandparents.
• The Mystery of Lawrence Castle
• What’s Inside the Egg (excerpt)
• Vulpes Ferox (excerpt)
• Umbrellas of Cherbourg
• Bed of Light
• A Children’s Show That No Network Has The Guts To Pick Up
• Sid and Nancy Punch and Judy Show
• Car Accident
• The Life in a Night Of…
Kevin Augustine tells the story of a dreamer, an idealistic young man who wants to do only one thing in this world– to be a “hero.”
If the intent of “Starkeeper” is to regale us with a showcase of puppetry styles, a “theatre of images” then, Théâtre de l’Oeil has brilliantly succeeded.