Mark Ludmon reviews Norman S Poser’s new book, The Birth of Modern Theatre, about David Garrick and his contemporaries and theatre-going in the 18th century
Paul T Davies reviews Hear Me Now – Audition Monologues for Actors of Colour published by Oberon Books.
Paul T Davies reviews Being A Playwright – A Career Guide for Writers by Chris Foxon and George Turvey published by Nick Hern Books.
Paul T Davies reviews Peggy to her Playwrights, The Letters of Margaret Ramsay, Play Agent, published by Oberon Books.
Paul T Davies reviews ‘Dearest Squirrell’ The Intimate Letters of John Osborne and Pamela Lane, edited by Peter Whitebrook, published by Oberon Books.
Actors and readers should come to The Oberon Book Of Queer Monologues ready to be armed and enthused with diversity, representation and, above all, pride.
Mark Ludmon reviews Julius Caesar and Me – Paterson Joseph’s revealing book exploring Shakespeare’s “African play”, Julius Caesar
Black Sheep is a fascinating portrait not just of the actor, but of theatre and film at a time of great social change, and an immensely informative and enjoyable read.