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Theatre 2006 Archives - Page 12 of 12 - One4Review

No Exit

August 8, 2006 |

This young company take on this excellent, hard-hitting play written by Jean-Paul Satre, take it on any emerge victorious. The play centres around three characters, Garcin, Patric Byrnes, a journalist and maybe coward, Inez, Sophia McKinnon, a postal worked … Read More

The Unattended

August 8, 2006 |

The nerve centre of a Newcastle shopping centre during the long boring hours of the night, the domain of two security guards, both one time policemen, both watching but what are they actually seeing? The premise for an hours … Read More

Desperate Improvisations

August 8, 2006 |

In this play by Jan Hendrik Verstraten, John, played by Tim Metcalfe-Wood is hosting a writers brainstorming session with cross-dresser Vera, Frederic D’Amore, Greg, Kevin Sherwani and Maurice, Charles Delaney as the others involved. There are tensions from the … Read More

It’s A Girl

August 8, 2006 |

This interesting piece written by John Burrows is given an airing by Wonderland Theatre at Fringe 2006 The five actors, Maragaret-Ann Bain, Marie Blount, Joanna Doyle, Sarah Armstrong and Avril Poole primarily play five pregnant women living in the … Read More

The Romeo & Juliet Syndrome

August 8, 2006 |

This is an interesting piece of theatre that I presume is self written and, as one could expect, there is a huge homage paid to the Bard. Welcomed into the venue by two fairies, Meridith, Letty Butler and Gladys, … Read More

The Audition

August 8, 2006 |

Auditions. Aren’t they often cattle calls? Far too many actors called and subjected to the rigours. This is different. Lauren, Catherine Kitis, wants to be an actress. She craves fame, but how far is she prepared to go for … Read More

Fahrenheit 451

August 8, 2006 |

Ray Bradbury’s ‘Farenheit 451’ was published in 1953, its comments on censorship and the futility in destroying the written word are as relevant today as when first written. Although aware of the televised series of his work ‘The Martian … Read More

Love Labours Won

August 8, 2006 |

The Rogue Shakespeare Company’s first Edinburgh Fringe production 2006 is ‘Love Labours Won’. Take two loving couples whose male idea of love and lust differ greatly. Duke Caesus (Adam D Millard) sees women as lust objects with which to … Read More

Teacher’s Playground

August 8, 2006 |

The Chelsea Players a London based Theatre Company and registered charity who stage new writing, drama and comedy, present Teachers’ Playground. The beloved headmaster Mr Buchanan (James McKendrick) will surely this most recent Ofsted inspection and be deposed. Somehow … Read More