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BLOG: Annemarie Lewis Thomas – Support each other in 2015

Does the man maketh the actor or the actor maketh the man? Whichever pedagogy you subscribe to – the ‘man’ pretends to be someone else or the ‘man’ becomes someone else, there is a constant – ‘the man’ Therefore it stands to reason that drama colleges need to look after the individual with a holistic approach, in order to make ...

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PREVIEW: All Change for Trafalgar Transformed

As 2015 begins, East is East will be moving out of London’s West End to go on tour, being replaced by a revival of Peter Barnes’ play from the 1960s The Ruling Class. These productions are part of the second Trafalgar Transformed season and, in an unusual move, Artistic Director Jamie Lloyd gathered together the casts and creatives from both ...

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PREVIEW: The Crucible In Cinemas

Writer: Arthur Miller Stage Director: Yaël Farber Film Director: Robert Delamere Reviewer: Carrie Armstrong   When Arthur Miller penned The Crucible as an allegory of McCarthyism and House of Representatives on Un-American Activities, he could hardly have envisaged what his audience would experience over 60 years later. When the very latest in sound and visual film technology would collide with ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with Berwick Kaler

With seasonal festivities kicking off around the country, Holly Spanner catches up with York Theatre Royal’s pantomime writer and the UK’s longest serving Pantomime Dame (36 years and counting), Berwick Kaler. Chatting about his new show Old Mother Goose, he explains how the annual York pantomime has become a highly anticipated cultural event for the city.   You’re a few ...

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PREVIEW: Beautiful Thing Back on Tour

Jonathan Harvey’s iconic romantic comedy/drama Beautiful Thing is celebrating its 20th Birthday by making a comeback and, to quote the Mamma Cass song featured prominently in it, “it’s getting better”. Stephen Bates went along to the press launch to find out more.   Beautiful Thing is a teenage love story set on a South London social housing estate, with the ...

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OPINION: Annemarie Lewis Thomas – Another op’nin’, another show!

Another term, another show… or two to be precise. The MTA is the only college to produce a public performance every term. The ‘norm’ on the traditional three year courses is to produce ‘in-house’ productions up until the third year and then unleash their polished graduates to be onto the world in their final year. I think that there are ...

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PREVIEW: Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown

Last night saw the press launch for Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown at London’s ICA. Scott Matthewman went along for The Public Reviews to get a taster of this much anticipated new musical. Next month sees the London début of a new musical by composer David Yazbek, with a book by Jeffrey Lane. Women on the Verge ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with Grace Savage

The Public Reviews’ Charlotte Broadbent catches up with UK female beatboxing champion Grace Savage, as she tours the country with her one woman show Blind. Not long after exploding onto the beatboxing scene, Grace found herself performing at the Royal National Theatre, and takes time out to chat about beatboxing, aspirations and exciting new projects.   How did you come ...

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