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REVIEW: A History Of Falling Things

Keraunothnetophobia is the fear of being hit by satellites or random falling objects. Sufferers will retreat into isolated shelter, stricken with anxiety at the mere thought of venturing outside. Robin and Jacqui, the main characters in James Graham’s A History Of Falling Things, are afflicted with this irrational fear. In an Australian premiere, The Ensemble […]

Review: A History of Falling Things

The Ensemble’s latest production, A History of Falling Things by James Graham, is a humorous exploration of obsessions, in particular keraunothetophobia, or a fear of falling things, which the two main characters share. Robin (Eric Beecroft) and Jacqui (Sophie Hensser) are both confined to their rooms, and Robin even hides under his table. He lives […]