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by ZOE ANDERSON for the Independent
published: November 13, 2006
Illusionist theatre can become twee. Lunar Sea slides that way - the scene with the baby moon spider, the awful pun in the title. And Pendleton can be hypnotised by his patterns, making too many variations on the same theme. But other scenes have a dreamy sense of surprise, with bodies drifting against gravity.
by SANJOY ROY for the Guardian
published: November 15, 2006
In Lunar Sea, the choreographer, Moses Pendleton, pushes the physical magic further than ever through a single technical device: UV light on black-and-white costumes, which makes the black all but disappear.