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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM – REVIEW OF BRIDGE THEATRE PRODUCTION

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a great comedy that not only challenges but provokes directors and designer to use their imagination and creativity to...

Theatre and Opera During Covid-19 Lockdown

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This year’s season at the Stratford Festival was to open on May 25 and aficionados could attend a premier every night. Covid-19 cancelled that...

A TASTE OF HONEY

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REVIEW OF NATIONAL THEATRE PRODUCTION   The appearance and success of Shelagh Delaney’s A Taste of Honey became a theatrical legend almost from the beginning. A 19-year...

CATS

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REVIEW OF GRAND MUSICAL AT PRINCESS OF WALES The facts please: Cats premiered in May 1981 in London and is one of the most successful...

BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY

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REVIEW OF COAL MINE THEATRE PRODUCTION Coal Mine Theatre is continuing with its judicious and laudable choice of plays. It does not mean you...

LINDA VISTA

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REVIEW OF TRACY LETTS’ PLAY IN NEW YORK Linda Vista is a neighbourhood in San Diego, California and it is also the title of a...

THE ROSE TATTOO

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REVIEW OF ROUNDABOUT THEATRE PRODUCTION IN NEW YORK The Rose Tattoo, Tennessee Williams’ 1950 drama has received a disappointing production by the Roundabout Theatre Company at the...

THE GLASS MENAGERIE – REVIEW OF 2019 SHAW FESTIVAL PRODUCTION

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The Shaw Festival’s production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie has many strengths but there are choices made by director Laszlo Berczes that do not serve...

In Sundry Languages

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Review Toronto Laboratory Theatre Production In Sundry Languages is an accurate description of the mode of communication in Toronto, and indeed in all of Canada, of new...

Antigone

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Review of Young People’s Theatre Production The Royal House of Thebes has left its mark on the artistic imagination of the world...
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