Celebrating 50 years since the play’s premiere, the Old Vic’s revival of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” – starring Daniel Radcliffe – is a thoroughly enjoyable production.
Category: Theater Reviews
In the heart of the West End, undoubtedly the world’s most talked about theater production since “Hamilton”, is now out of previews and live six days a week to a sold out audience. The magnificent Palace Theatre, with its ornate staircases and castle-esque frontage, is now home to the, officially speaking, eighth “Harry Potter” story.
“Eugenius!” is a new musical produced by, and starring, Warwick Davis that recently held its premiere concert performance at the London Palladium.
Very little information is shared with theater-goers about “Privacy” before you enter the theater. We know it’s got something to do with technology and our relationship to it. We know we’ll be encouraged to leave our phones on during the performance. Most of the audience enters the Public Theater’s Newman Theater knowing nothing beyond these few facts. It was enough to get us to buy tickets, but does it guarantee an enjoyable night?
Jeff Rawle (Amos Diggory) makes his return to the stage in a revival of Samuel Beckett’s most famous play, “Waiting for Godot”, at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Fresh from her year as one of BAFTA’s Breakthrough Brits, Katie Leung takes to the state in the UK premiere of “You for Me for You” by Mia Chung at the Royal Court Theatre.
“My Perfect Mind,” co-written and directed by Kathryn Hunter (who portrayed Mrs. Figg in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”), is a playful—and at times bewildering but in the best kind of way—examination of an actor’s relationship to the part of King Lear, a role that a stroke prevented him from playing on the stage.
Forty-five years, three seasons on the BBC, and four hit movies later (I do include Something Completely Different); Monty Python is the biggest comedy group of all time and have done for comedy what the Beatles did for music.