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Martin Dockery

Fringe Review: Love Is A Battlefield

By Philip Caunter 67 min | Drama | PG Calling love a battlefield may not make much sense unless you’ve been in love, or maybe been in love a few times. The notion is partly romantic but also speaks to pain, injury, and confusion – all the things other than triumph that come with love and […]

Fringe Review: The Exclusion Zone

50 min | Comedy, Travelogue | Mature Brooklyn-based playwright and Fringe veteran Martin Dockery overlays a trip to Chernobyl, Geoff Dyer’s book Zona, and the film Stalker by Andrei Tarkovsky into a solo show about the search for human creativity. All three of these pieces are quests in one way or another to find the […]

The Pit

Review by Erin Murray 60 minutes | Comedy | G It is so easy to slip into routines. You can repeat the same day over and over so many times, that you begin to forget all other ways of living. Some people welcome the monotony of such a life, repeating the same words to the […]