Archive | June, 2011

Review: Glee Live Tour

Posted on 30 June 2011 by Chris Wheeler

Glee has totally split opinion, there’s no denying it. A lot of the ‘serious’ theatre community seem to loathe it; hating the auto-tune, the arrangement of the music and the storylines in general. I have to confess at this point that I am completely hooked on the show. I know most of the episodes by […]

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Review: Consenting Adults

Posted on 30 June 2011 by Lori Hopkins

Consenting Adults is Stagepunk Theatre’s short-but-sweet whirlwind tour of sex. Split into two parts, played by the same team of three actors, we see first a girl coping with growing up, and secondly a group of people with a liking for sadomasochism. Part one makes use of a very interesting sound technique, whereby the actors […]

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Review: The Wiz

Posted on 30 June 2011 by Alice Longhurst

The Wiz started life as a Broadway show in 1975, based on Lyman Frank Baum’s book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Producer Ken Harper transferred the tale from rural Kansas to the city, creating a “super soul musical” which would speak to the African American community, reflecting on slavery and the contemporary battle for civil […]

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Review: The Man Who Was Hamlet

Posted on 30 June 2011 by Sammi Woollard

George Dillon whisks his audience through the life of the aristocratic Edward de Vere in his self-penned one-man production, The Man Who Was Hamlet. Vere, an established court writer of the 1600s has found himself, although now long-gone, at the centre of many a conspiracy-fuelled debate concerning the similarity between his own works and those […]

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