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Rope Burn
Written by Jodi McAlister   
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 22:38
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Rope Burn is not a play about death.  It is a play about more than not wanting to die. It is dynamic, comic, tragic, and deeply, deeply human. This one should definitely be part of your Fringe festival.
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After All This | Elbow Room
Written by Lauren Sherritt   
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 13:19

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Executed with courage and finesse, After All This is a marvellous creation that brings to life the morbid questions at the back of everyone's minds. If you can get your hands on a ticket, After All This is definitely a show well-worth seeing, and is infinitely engaging for a predominantly text based piece.

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Footprints on Water | Actors Not Feelers
Written by Jodi McAlister   
Monday, 17 September 2012 23:38

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Footprints on Water
is a claustrophobic play. Set in a small town that people seem cursed to live in and cursed to never leave, it is a dark, ominous, and sometimes blackly funny look at religion, hysteria, hypocrisy, cruelty, identity, racism, beginnings, ends, and the apocalypse.  
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Made To Fit | National Institute of Circus Arts
Written by Vivienne Mah   
Saturday, 15 September 2012 21:39

The impossible is made probable, be it in adagio, sky-high swings or the staggering, climactic finale filled with effortless lifts, leaps and tumbles. With ten years of experience, wisdom and dedicated performers behind them, NICA has grown - and will certainly continue to grow in reputation and in interest alike.

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Here Lies Henry | TurnAround Productions
Written by lloyd bradford (brad) syke   
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 19:43

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Here Lies Henry
throws out the rule book on what defines theatre and how it must be made. Matthew Hyde manages to flawlessly deliver an exceedingly complex text and is riveting from start to finish. Not to mention nuanced. Without a doubt, even with several months of unseen acting to come, his must stand as one of the best showings of 2012. 
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Room | Blender Productions
Written by Emily Garrett   
Tuesday, 18 September 2012 08:39

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Vivid, exploratory and very watchable, Room combines innovation and imagination, while skillfully meshing an old idea with a very new conception of it. 
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Reaper Man | Unseen Theatre Company
Written by Stephen Davenport   
Monday, 17 September 2012 11:48

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For Sir Terry Pratchett fans the play is laugh-out-loud funny, incessantly pleasurable, and totally memorable. With its likeable mixture of satire and humanity, the production is engaging, active and smart, if a tad congested. Yet as a ludicrous romp it's difficult not to enjoy.  
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Ovo | Cirque du Soleil
Written by Helen Barry   
Saturday, 15 September 2012 20:47

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Ovo
, while not perhaps as perfect as it could hope to be, is still a tantalising trip for young and old alike, offering a serving of rarefied circus snippets that linger long after the insects have flown from the stage. 
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