Reeder, Philip (2007) Whisper. [Media]
|Corporate Creators:||Proto-type Theatre|
|Abstract / Summary:||
DVD Performance of Proto-type theatres 'Whisper, for which Philip Reeder composed the music, and consulted for use of binaural technology and live foley.
The performers narrate a walk that switches between the ‘here and now’ of the story and dream-like memory, using live foley to create a hyper-realistic world of sound for the piece.
|Date:||1 July 2007|
|Additional Information:||“Whisper is quite simply an extraordinary piece of theatre.” – Carole Gordon, What’s On Stage “[the production] flirts with the feel of a supernatural, psychological thriller.” – Anita Gates, The New York Times “Whisper cleverly mines the dramatic tension between ‘reality’ and the seductive power of technology” – Paul Menard, Backstage “…unfolds inside your head like a nightmare…the mixture of foley soundscapes and the strange melding and disconnect between image and sound sucks you in.” – Lyn Gardner, The Guardian “Whisper creates an aurally imaginative and multi-faceted portrait of fast and fragmented modern city life and produces an ambitious and unusual experience.” – Martina Von Holm, Total Theatre|
Performance > Theatre
|Courses by Department:||Academy of Music & Theatre Arts > Music|
|Depositing User:||Philip Reeder|
|Date Deposited:||06 Mar 2017 10:08|
|Last Modified:||06 Mar 2017 10:08|
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