As We Forgive single work   drama  
Issue Details: First known date: 2013 2013
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'As We Forgive is a searing investigation of contemporary morality.This solo play has been written by Tom Holloway especially for Robert Jarman ( I Am My Own Wife 2011) and is directed by the award-winning Julian Meyrick. The show presents the bravura Jarman in the roles of three solitary men who must each confront the fact and act of forgiveness in their lives.' (Source: Cyberpaddock website)

Production Details

    • Performed at the Backspace Theatre, Hobart from 9-16. March 2013.
    • Director and Dramaturge: Julian Meyrick
    • Set Designers: Jill Munro & Julian Meyrick
    • Lighting Designer: Nicholas Higgins
    • Composer: Raffaele Marcellino
    • Photographer: Lisa Garland
    • Producer: Annette Downs
    • Actor: Robert Jarman
    • Cellist: Antony Morgan

    Performed 11-21 May 2016 at the SBW Stables Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Works about this Work

Show Must Go on under a Shadow Elissa Blake , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Sun-Herald , 8 May 2016; (p. 5)

— Review of As We Forgive Tom Holloway 2013 single work drama
Reflections on the Applicability of Case Study Methodology to Performance as Research Julian Meyrick , 2014 single work criticism
— Appears in: TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing , October vol. 18 no. 2 2014;
'Over the last two decades, practice-led research (PLR) has rapidly expanded in the Australian university system. This paper lays out the potential exegetical benefits of one methodology, the case study, for one disciplinary area, Performance as Research (PAR). The epistemological issues currently besetting PAR are identified and a brief account of the debate in the 1990s given. The values and concepts of case study methodology as these relate to the Chicago School of sociology are then described. The point is made that identifying an artwork as a ‘case’ means viewing it not (only) as a unique experience, but as representative of a certain kind of problem. This allows it to be placed in a comparative vista, either diachronic or synchronic. Case study methodology’s ‘emic’ sensitivities are mentioned in relation to evidentiary procedures ie. how subjective experiences can validate general claims. The paper concludes with a brief example of how the approach can be applied to one potential project, As We Forgive by Tom Holloway, a play I directed for the 10 Days on the Island Festival in 2013.' (Publication abstract)
Exploring the Art of Forgiveness Ron Cerabona , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 10 April 2013; (p. 8)

— Review of As We Forgive Tom Holloway 2013 single work drama
Island Gothic Sharon Verghis , 2013 single work column
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 13-14 April 2013; (p. 8-9)
Un-Astonishing Theatre Michael Connor , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: Quadrant , May vol. 57 no. 5 2013; (p. 84-88)

— Review of Hate Stephen Sewell 1988 single work drama ; As We Forgive Tom Holloway 2013 single work drama
Exploring the Art of Forgiveness Ron Cerabona , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: The Canberra Times , 10 April 2013; (p. 8)

— Review of As We Forgive Tom Holloway 2013 single work drama
Un-Astonishing Theatre Michael Connor , 2013 single work review
— Appears in: Quadrant , May vol. 57 no. 5 2013; (p. 84-88)

— Review of Hate Stephen Sewell 1988 single work drama ; As We Forgive Tom Holloway 2013 single work drama
Show Must Go on under a Shadow Elissa Blake , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: The Sun-Herald , 8 May 2016; (p. 5)

— Review of As We Forgive Tom Holloway 2013 single work drama
Island Gothic Sharon Verghis , 2013 single work column
— Appears in: The Weekend Australian , 13-14 April 2013; (p. 8-9)
Reflections on the Applicability of Case Study Methodology to Performance as Research Julian Meyrick , 2014 single work criticism
— Appears in: TEXT : The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing , October vol. 18 no. 2 2014;
'Over the last two decades, practice-led research (PLR) has rapidly expanded in the Australian university system. This paper lays out the potential exegetical benefits of one methodology, the case study, for one disciplinary area, Performance as Research (PAR). The epistemological issues currently besetting PAR are identified and a brief account of the debate in the 1990s given. The values and concepts of case study methodology as these relate to the Chicago School of sociology are then described. The point is made that identifying an artwork as a ‘case’ means viewing it not (only) as a unique experience, but as representative of a certain kind of problem. This allows it to be placed in a comparative vista, either diachronic or synchronic. Case study methodology’s ‘emic’ sensitivities are mentioned in relation to evidentiary procedures ie. how subjective experiences can validate general claims. The paper concludes with a brief example of how the approach can be applied to one potential project, As We Forgive by Tom Holloway, a play I directed for the 10 Days on the Island Festival in 2013.' (Publication abstract)
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