CUT

by Duncan Graham

CAST
Hannah Norris | Woman

CREW
Duncan Graham | Director
Elizabeth Gadsby | Designer
Russell Goldsmith | Sound Design
Sam Hopkins | Lighting Design & Technical Direction

PRODUCTION PHOTOS

by Gary Cockburn

PROMO SHOTS

by Sarah Walker

REVIEWS – Adelaide

Rip It Up
“Cut is the most uncomfortable show of this year’s Fringe. It is also the most unforgettable… She is simply outstanding… The clever and effective lighting, as well as the frightening score, are just as impressive as Norris’ performance” **** 1/2 David Knight
http://ripitup.com.au/festivals/cut/#.VTh6fDpvbww

Adelaide Theatre Guide
“a beguiling, engaging and precise performance… She masters the exhausting technical demands… full of danger and uncertainty… This unsettling and disconcerting short play is a complete success.” ****1/2 John Wells
http://www.theatreguide.com.au/current_site/reviews/reviews_detail.php?ShowID=cut&ShowYear=2015

Broadway World
“extraordinary team of consummate professionals… Hannah Norris is utterly terrifying… astonishing… an extraordinary performance” Ray Smith
http://www.broadwayworld.com/adelaide/article/BWW-Reviews-ADELAIDE-FRINGE-2015-CUT-Explores-The-Mind-Of-A-Frightened-Woman-20150220

The Barefoot Review
“This play in the dark is all about light… Norris’s performance is superb… This is what a Fringe is all about.” Samela Harris
http://www.thebarefootreview.com.au/menu/theatre/119-2014-adelaide-reviews/1059-cut.html

Stage Whispers
“Her intense performance is brilliant!… a work of art” Kerry Cooper
http://www.stagewhispers.com.au/reviews/cut

The Clothesline
“Hannah Norris is extremely convincing as the disturbed, disturbing “Woman” at the centre of Duncan Graham’s dark work, Cut… On occasion, it’s like being in the darkest recesses of a David Lynch film. Or inside a bad dream.” David Robinson
http://theclothesline.com.au/cut-duncan-graham-fringe-review/

Daily Review
“Unfortunately, its intensely claustrophobic staging in the Manse theatre proved unbearable for this writer who had to excuse himself at the beginning of the show. “ Ben Brooker
http://dailyreview.crikey.com.au/adelaide-fringe-festival-review-wrap-3

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