Author: Ian Kent

A Line Placed

The space of theatre is the stage. And what is upon the stage. And what is above...


A Pause, A Reflection

To discuss art generally and theatre specifically by exploring their phenomenon...


Forbidden Real

The space of theatre is intimate, accessible almost by touch; yet, what is...


Absurd Actual

The simile is a frayed rope that is stitched stronger in a comparison tenuously...


The Faith of Failure

I claim to be the greatest marshmallow roaster of my generation. Nay, of all...


The Nature of Art

When my father, Gerry Kent, was climbing on the first guided ascent of the north...


A Fantastic, Brief Symbol

Theatre is borne along the vanishing moment. Its imagery is captured briefly and...


The Character of Image

Upon image, theatrical formations change. Character comes in contact with those...


The Contours of Character

Image forms from the shape of paradox: the delving of the depths of the...


The Play of Image

Character embodies the conflicting desires of the soul. And that living paradox...