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Pitch The SEEfest Review

The SEEfest Review is now accepting pitches on a rolling basis for essays and critiques covering film, literature, art, history, and music. Please review our guidelines before sending us your pitch. We look forward to hearing from you. Due to the volume of pitches we receive, we may be unable to reply to each pitch, […] Read more

Review: Trio. For the beauty of it

Location  Goose on a String Theatre / Provazek hall in Brno, Czech Republic Date of Performance May 23, 2024 Language(s) English, French, and Spanish Photos by Ivo Dvořák Alex Mugler Reviewed by  Amanda L. Andrei Poisson. Head bob. Poisson. Head bob. Je suis. Hand-chest. Je suis. Hand-chest.  In a simple rhythm, a pair of dancers […] Read more

Review: The Ratcatcher

Location  Radost Theatre in Brno, Czech Republic Date of Performance May 22, 2024 Language Czech with English language surtitles Photo by Jakub Jíra Jiří Skovajsa as Pied Piper. Reviewed by  Amanda L. Andrei Once upon a time, there was a small German town named Hamelin. When it became plagued by rats, the mayor sought to […] Read more

Review: MyLifeandMyLife

Author Melinda Mátyus Genre Fiction ISBN 978-1-946604-19-4 Format 140 pages  Language English Publisher Ugly Duckling Presse Reviewed by  Amanda L. Andrei American poet Emily Dickinson once wrote to a family friend, “The heart wants what it wants – or else it does not care.” Her observation is apt for the stark and bold world of […] Read more

Review: Sevdah: Elegy for a South Imagined

Dubravka Ugrešić’s Lend Me Your Character is a kaleidoscopic amalgamation featuring one novella, seven short stories, and several sections of author’s notes. In classic Ugrešić form, fairy tale elements abound–magic, crass humor, textile allusions to sewing, grotesque imagery, repetition, and warnings fill the pages. Read more

Review – Romeo & Juliet: Love is a Fire

 “I can’t remember seeing so much humor in a production of Romeo & Juliet ever before – which was a delight.” A Review of Romeo & Juliet: Love is a FireSanta Monica PlayhouseBy Catharine Dada, PhD. This revisioned dynamic production Romeo & Juliet: Love is a Fire blends dance and a paired down, and sometimes […] Read more