Casting Announced For All My Sons At Rose Kingston

All My Sons Rose Theatre Kingston

Casting has today been announced for Michael Rudman’s new production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons being produced at the Rose Theatre, Kingston from 28 October to 19 November 2016. The production will feature David Horovitch as Joe Keller and Penny Downie as Kate Keller with Alex Waldmann (Chris Keller), Grace Carter (Lydia Lubey), Edward Harrison (George Deever), William Meredith (Frank Lubey), Alison Pargeter (Sue … Read more

REVIEW: In The Night Time Before The Sun Rises, Gate Theatre ✭✭✭

In The Night Time Before The Sun Rises at the Gate Theatre

There is promise in this piece. The hallucinatory nature of exhaustion allows the tired pair to swerve through time and space, offering a great basis for metaphysical conversation. Much similar yet not as gripping as Duncan MacMillan’s LUNGS, Segal poses the question: ‘Should they ever have brought this child into such a wounded world?’

Casting Announced For Gate Theatre’s In The Night Time Before The Sun Rises

Adelie Leonce and Alex Waldmann star in In the Night Time Before The Sun Rises by Nina Segal at the Gate Theatre

Casting has been announced for the Gate Theatre‘s world premiere production of In The Night Time (Before the Sun Rises) by Nina Segal. The production will feature Alex Waldmann as Man and Adelie Leonce as Woman. The production is directed by Ben Kidd. A baby cries. A bottle breaks. A window smashes. Over the course of one night, mum and dad try to still their … Read more

REVIEW: The Wars Of The Roses: Richard III, Rose Theatre ✭✭✭

The Wars Of The Roses at the Rose Theatre, Kingston

Maybe we were all weary at the end of a full day of theatre; maybe, and with ample justification, the cast were flagging after appearances in different roles in the previous two parts of the trilogy, but whatever the explanation Richard III seemed something of an anti-climax rather than a natural culmination of this notable revival of the Barton/Hall Wars of the Roses.

REVIEW: King John, Globe Theatre ✭✭✭✭✭

King John at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

James Dacre takes full advantage of the play’s many moods and shifts of emphasis and style, with the result that the evening is rambunctious and thoroughly engaging: something like a political roller-coaster ride. This is a play where it is hard to work out who the real villain might be – there are a number of contenders for that appellation. But the real benefit of Dacre’s production is that the characters get full value, and what rich and rewarding characters they turn out to be.

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