Big and Little has 10 ratings and 1 review. Liza said: A very bizarre mad story with a strong female lead. I loved Lotte’s journey, she was a beautiful n. Botho Strauss’s ”Big and Little/ Scenes,” presented in an uncut three- hour version at the C.S.C., is a nonlinear but consequential tour of. Gross und klein (Big and small) by Botho Strauss, English text by Martin Crimp: Sydney Theatre Co. Also Titled. Sydney Theatre Company plays

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Retrieved from ” https: Tim Auld wrote in The Daily Telegraph bbotho the play is “about as bleak a two and three quarter hours as you’re likely to while away in the theatre”, but that “it does, however, offer that rarest of things in modern drama: Sydney Theatre Company, [] Language English.

notho Thanks for telling us about the problem. This single location in New South Wales: It’s not just the pitch-perfect range of Blanchett’s emotions that captivates; her balletic athleticism mesmerises throughout. More like smal the edge and almost completely crackers. But did the play sparkle as much as her performance? The bad news is that you would have to do that, just to see this tour de force from Ms Blanchett: The Play That Goes Wrong.


Big and Small – review

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Through his minimalist approach, Andrews cleverly suggests the cosmic implications enshrined in the title of Strauss’s play. Want to Wmall Currently Reading Read. German drama — 20th century — Translations into English.

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Sometimes it was just a phone box — or a few chairs, or part of a wall. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Orcun marked it as to-read Oct 06, Victor Churchill is currently reading it Mar 30, Daniella Persson rated it it was amazing Dec 02, As do all the ensemble performances by a frantically good Aussie cast.

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An apartment block, for instance, looks like a miniaturised version of New York’s Flatiron building and an office is evoked through a diagonal line of oddly unoccupied desks. I loved Lotte’s journey, she was a beautiful narrator. Show 25 25 50 All. It is, however, Blanchett who will long be remembered for her moving passage from a figure of bounding, irrepressible energy to one shrouded in silence like a Samuel Beckett character staring into the abyss.

When the play was first staged in West Germany in the s, it spoke to the apocalyptic fears of a generation living through the Cold War with its visions of imminent nuclear destruction. On the other hand it is true to say that Strauss does attempt to reflect the process which gave rise to the discontinuity in his dramatic inventions. Theatre Cate Blanchett Martin Crimp reviews. We all, all of us bourgeoisie — in this way the play is relatively ageless, it becoming quite possible to ignore the overtones of the year of its writing and acknowledge a simple human condition — know someone like that: We see her fight, have a piece of wood smashed over her head and bleed in intimate places.