WOOF! A WEREPUNK
If you are a wolf, a punk and madly in love with a sheep whose endless stream of suitors is simply not good enough, what other choice is there but to kill them all with a baseball bat?
A howling monologue of unrequited love that swings between cartoon violence and Greek tragedy under the unforgiving and distant light of a silvery moon.
Blood will tell!
Change of title of piece -
Woof! A Werepunk
Blusclint (Paolo Faroni, Max Canepa, Emanuele Crotti) Zoo
Review by Nick Awde 2011 The Stage
Neatly fusing the adult fairy tales of Angela Carter with the graphic comic neo-
In this provocative one-
Woof! A Werepunk
By ROGER COX The Scotsman
OBSESSED with the beautiful, enigmatic star of a peepshow, an unhinged, baseball
Well, that's one way of reading this intense one man show from Italy's Blusclint theatre company.
In a sense it's also a love story, albeit a twisted one,.
Is she manipulating him? Is she even aware he exists?
It's never really made clear.
What's in no doubt, however, is that Paolo Faroni is an utterly compelling presence
on stage -
If you're in the mood for a film noir-
CENTO COSE...the Hundred Things we do every day, even though they stand between who
we would like to be and what we are forced to do. Few words, three players, an Orwellian
projected presence, a stompingly good soundtrack, lots of humour and physicality:
a 50 minutes ride into the meaning beyond the surface of our daily routine: like
a live, full-
Welcome to the Machine!
Choice of venue and slot -
Who said what
HERE'S a list of people quoted in The Edinburgh Fringe Survival Guide:
Anthony Alderson, artistic director, the Pleasance
Christabel Anderson, head of participant services, Fringe Office
Suzanne Andrade, artistic director, 1927
Miriam Attwood, former media manager, Fringe Office
Cora Bissett, actor and director, Pachamama
Anthony Black, actor, 2b
Stefania Bochicchio, producer, Infallible Productions Ltd
Nica Burns, producer and director of the Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
Ed Byrne, comedian
Cento Cose @ Zoo The Producer of `Cento Cose` reviews the reviews
FEATURE BY STEFANIA BOCHICCHIO for the SKINNY.
Do believe when they tell you that coming to the Fringe is expensive: it is, and you have to be frugal and plan well if you have no financial support from earthly or heavenly angels.
Do believe that flyering works, especially if you manage to target the haunts of
your most likely pundits and can work on a quick and effective patter to be delivered
(a performance in its own right) at a fax-
A heady and dreamlike mix of dance, music and words, I am Son is a memorable voyage through images of the contemporary Italian world, exploring some existential questions along the way. Three dynamic dancers play with quality of movement and flip swiftly between irony, physical intensity and lightness. In an attempt to understand our birthright, they wonder who we are and where we come from.
Sanpapi√© return from Milan to the Edinburgh Fringe after their huge success with Boh.‚Äėthe piece [Boh] is beautifully performed and shot through with a sense of loneliness and loss that makes it, at times, incredibly moving.‚Ä�
(Allan Radcliffe, The List)
Sanpapie‚Ä� Dance Company -