multi story was created in 2000 by Bill Buffery and Gill Nathanson.
It is always a little dangerous to try to describe the theatrical madness that comes from Bill Buffery and Gill Nathanson - well-known for packing a good deal of complexity into their hour-long shows.
Winnipeg Free Press
Bill both performed and directed with the Royal Shakespeare Company and was Artistic Director of Orchard Theatre Company for eleven years.
Buffery's a compelling storyteller with the voice of a trained Shakespearean actor - Nathanson's his perfect match, with the liquid delivery, a supple, angular body and the expressive arms of a ballerina.
Gill worked with some of the UK's top Education and Community theatre companies before joining Orchard Theatre Company in 1989. As well as playing leading roles with the company, she ran three Youth Theatres and an extensive workshop programme.
The great Etienne Decroux defined the perfect stage performer as one with "the body of a gymnast, the mind of an actor, and the heart of a poet." In other words, Decroux was defining Bill Buffery and Gill Nathanson.
Stefan Silvis, Prague Post
As the name implies, multi story are centrally concerned with the enduring power of story - and with communicating the richness of the old stories to new audiences, both young and old.