A THEATRICAL CALL TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE
COLD WAR | Review
MKA and international climate activist artists Doppelgangster are presenting Cold War – a
show that makes a theatrical call to fight climate change.
As soon as you enter the Little Theatre at the Royal Croquet Club, you know what you are in for.
White graffiti-covered material hangs from the ceiling and you get the feeling it is going to be an intense show.
MKA and international climate activist artists Doppelgangster are presenting Cold War – a show that makes a theatrical
call to fight climate change.
Think of it as an hour-long protest on the steps of parliament.
Walk into the theatre and you are given a few pieces of ice that suggests ice caps melting, and humans are to blame.
Dialogue is rapid between Tobias Manderson-Galvin and Aquilla Sorenson – one person will start making an argument
but the other disrupts the flow.
The punk singing, well yelling, could be the reason why ushers gave the audience ear plugs on the way in.
However, some songs are catchy and do break up the rapid dialogue.
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