Teatru Malta creates a thought-provoking piece that all schools would do well to consider within a well-supported PSD curriculum. Alice in Wonderless Land has just landed on the local arts scene, and it's guaranteed to make quite the splash in terms of youth theatre. When I first read the title of Teatru Malta's latest work, devised especially for the ŻiguŻajg 2020 … [Read more...] about Alice in Wonderless Land – DIY Theatre for ŻiguŻajg 2020
L-Interrogazzjoni blurs the lines of reality and superbly messes with our heads When I first read that Alfred Buttigieg's L-Interrogazzjoni would be held in a private villa, instead of the usual theatre space, I had two reactions. I was intrigued, of course, because everyone enjoys an element of 'the different', especially in Malta's theatre scene. However, I admit that I … [Read more...] about Theatre Review: L-Interrogazzjoni
Teatru Malta's L-Interrogazzjoni is scripted by a writer who is no stranger to controversy. Writer Alfred Buttigieg is no stranger to creating controversy, and Teatru Malta's L-Interrogazzjoni promises to add more. I'm sure that by now he gets tired of every single interview rehashing this little gem, but it was Buttigieg's pen that was behind the booklet Dik … [Read more...] about WATCH: A murder, a cover-up… sounds familiar?
Teatru Malta 2020 proposes some exciting ideas. Will expectations be met? The Teatru Malta 2020 programme, launched Friday at Spazju Kreattiv, quotes a 75% audience attendance that, if accurate, points towards Malta's national theatre company making considerable inroads into one of its main objectives: taking theatre to bigger audiences. I do feel that the biggest … [Read more...] about Teatru Malta 2020: Sunny With A Chance Of Awesome
Visceral and unapologetically primeval - a tour de force for Teatru Malta. Min Hi, Teatru Malta's newest offering, was made public to a storm of controversy, thanks to some highly effective pieces of street theatre, a first for Maltese theatre. I have to confess that I tend to be quite wary when this happens. So many things fall flat on their faces after an … [Read more...] about Theatre Review: Min Hi