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Theatre 2006 Archives - Page 2 of 12 - One4Review

The Tempest – Eyeball Theatre

August 8, 2006 |

Eyeball Theatre consists of a ‘rag-tag group of students, graduates and academics, none of whom have any professional training but all of whom have theatrical pretensions’.  They believe theatre should be seen – not just heard. This was evident … Read More

Cast Aside

August 8, 2006 |

Ankle productions introduce ‘Cast Aside’.  We meet the cast of a new ground breaking 4-member production of an adaptation of ‘The Merchant of Venice’. Along with the camp crap company assistant and the moronic, megalomaniac who thinks he is … Read More

How to Explain the History of Communism to Mental Patients

August 8, 2006 |

How to Explain the History of Communism to Mental Patients This play written by Romanian Matei Visneic has an intriguing title. Visneic’s influences are Kafka and surrealist literature. Knowing this will give an idea of the play’s style. The … Read More

The Phone Book Live!

August 8, 2006 |

Ok why bring in guests to read out of a phone book?  Apparently "they say truly great performers can read the  phone book and make it entertaining" so Stage D’Or productions have done just that! On Friday 25th August … Read More

Wasp

August 8, 2006 |

Some performances have a sting in the tail, this one had it lived up to its name ‘Wasp’ should surely have been one of those! Sadly all I was left with was a Pain! I overheard the comment “ … Read More

Accidentally Waiting To Happen

August 8, 2006 |

This show is described as an explosion of live music, movement, whispers and feathers telling a breath-taking story of intertwined bodies and hiding places. With taped music, whispers, hiding places, movement and loads of feathers, it just didn’t live … Read More

Ella, Meet Marilyn

August 8, 2006 |

Bonnie Greer’s play is set in 1955 as the civil rights struggle is gaining momentum in breaking down segregation but there is still massive discrimination against blacks. This is the background to this brief meeting and friendship between Marilyn … Read More

Killing Time

August 8, 2006 |

‘Killing Time’ by Richard Stockwell is billed as a fast-paced Psychological thriller, it is all that and more.  Cleverly directed by Jacqui Garbett and beautifully performed by both Claudia Christian and George Calil this performance cleverly draws you in … Read More

Shakespeare’s Passions

August 8, 2006 |

Bruce Morrison was born in Kenya of Scottish stock, educated in Edinburgh and after university went on to The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.  He started his theatrical career with the Regent’s Park Shakespeare Company and has returned … Read More

Between

August 8, 2006 |

Not so much one young woman’s search for herself but more a declaration of her contentment with whom she is.  Adopted by an American family, who work with multi rational children every summer, Amy tells us of her life … Read More