“A worthy watch at the Streetcar Crowsnest from one of Toronto’s most exciting artistic voices.” By Aisling Murphy for Intermission Magazine.
"Charming, funny, and thought-provoking, Perceptual Archaeology is an example of the power of theatre." By Janine Marley for A View From The Box
“This little travelogue is a genuine tour de force.” by Leslie Barcza for barczablog.
“Bulmer is a warm, charismatic, and whimsically unpredictable presence.” by Istvan Dugalin
“It works beautifully. Alex Bulmer has charm, curiosity, a gentle self-deprecating humour and a keen ability to describe her world through sound, touch, music, smell and awareness of what is around her.” by Lynn Slotkin for The Slotkin Letter
“I found the show insightful, touching and very funny.” Review on Opera Ramblings
“Deanna H. Choi and Thomas Ryder Payne’s pertinent sound designs allow the audience to climb into Bulmer’s skin and hear things from her point of view.” by Joe Szekeres for Our Theatre Voice
“PERCEPTUAL ARCHAEOLOGY gets us to think about the very way we perceive and move through the world, and, for the sighted, about the other ways in which experiences might be open to us.” by Ilana Lucas for Broadway World
View and listen to The Cup of Hemlock Theatre YouTube video, one-hour long review (with spoilers).
Sex, travel and disability: during Pride, two new plays, ‘Access Me’ and ‘Perceptual Archaeology’ centre disabled actors’ experiences by Karen Fricker for Toronto Star
Perceptual Archaeology (Or How to Travel Blind): In Conversation with Alex Bulmer By Alethea Bakogeorge for Intermission Magazine.
Thinking through your ears and planning through your feet interview of Alex Bulmer on CBC Fresh Air with Ismaila Alfa.
Alex Bulmer tells you all about her upcoming theatre production Perceptual Archeology (or How Travel Blind), 31 minutes in length, on Episode 802: Hour 1 NOW with Dave Brown via AMI.
We speak with blind artist Alex Bulmer about the world premiere of her new theatre production, “Perceptual Archaeology”, 36 minutes in length, on Episode 1560 - Hour 1 on Kelly and Ramya via AMI.
Blind Imaginings (An Excerpt) by Alex Bulmer for The Cripsters on Akimblog via Akimbo.