Reviews for Quiet, Please

  1. Srishti in Quiet, Please at The Place

    Press Review Zoe Anderson, Independent, Monday 23 April 2007Performance 13 & 14 Apr 07

    ‘On one side, four men, dressed for business, hurtle through Indian classical steps, feet and hands snapping and flickering. On the other, Rajarani herself drifts through more indolent solos’ 

  2. Srishti in Quiet, Please at The Place

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Independent on Sunday, Monday 23 April 2007Performance 13 & 14 Apr 07

    ‘Quiet, Please! certainly won’t be winning any prizes as contemporary dance, or contemporary anything. But in its way, it presents a more interesting challenge to a contemporary audience’ 

  3. Srishti in Quiet, Please at The Place

    Press Review Jenny Gilbert, Independent on Sunday, Monday 23 April 2007Performance 13 & 14 Apr 07

    ‘Quiet, Please! certainly won’t be winning any prizes as contemporary dance, or contemporary anything. But in its way, it presents a more interesting challenge to a contemporary audience’ 

  4. Srishti in Quiet, Please at The Place

    Press Review Judith Mackrell, Guardian, Wednesday 18 April 2007Performance 13 & 14 Apr 07

    ‘He [Ash Mukherjee] is a sinewy jangle of energy and nerves, his dancing stretched by extreme angles and speed. He glitters in the pure bharatanatyam sequences, he is a manic operator in his city suit, and a fierce flame of anger when he returns to India to disc… 

  5. Srishti in Quiet, Please at The Place

    Press Review Debra Craine, Times, Wednesday 18 April 2007Performance 13 & 14 Apr 07

    ‘…Rajarani, whose Quick! dazzled with its complex percussive energy and imaginative flair, is clearly at a loss when it comes to wedding her bharata natyam technique to the requisites of dance theatre.’  

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