Puppets Woody Peg the pirate and Salty the seagull were created by puppeteer Juanita Dawn.
Amid the uncertainty and pain in the world magnified by COVID-19, puppeteers and jesters get away with telling hard truths and inciting cathartic laughter.
The Lion of London (Daniel Crute) crushes an apple in his biceps at the Dynamic Tensions Physical Culture Show.
David Tett Photography
Performing for the crowd, acting up and showing off – how physical culture’s origins as theatre have fed into today’s toxic masculinity, and how they can help it change.
James Thierrée’s Tabac Rouge - a ghoulish dreamscape “choreodrama” at Sydney Festival.
French circus performer and director James Thierrée famously eschews comparison with his grandfather Charlie Chaplin, to whom he bears a conspicuous resemblance. But as he and his troupe stood on stage…