Posts Tagged ‘Emma Rice’

Review of the musical Romantics Anonymous  (LINKED HERE) at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at The Globe. Wonderful, feel good stuff by artistic director Emma Rice. (Come back, all is forgiven?)



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Tristan & Yseult in the Kneehigh production, at Shakespeare’s Globe. Written by Anna Maria Murphy & Carl Grose. Directed and adapted by Emma Rice. Critically acclaimed … and rightly. See why.


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Review of the latest Globe production of Romeo & Juliet (linked). This got the biggest critical thumbs-down from the mainstream press in years. I’ve listed the good bits and the bad bits!


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Review added of The Globe 2017 production of Twelfth Night, directed by Emma Rice. Bound to be controversial, hugely entertaining. LINK: Twelfth Night – Globe 2017


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Review of John Milton’s “Comus: A Masque in Honour of Chastity” at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Director Lucy Bailey and writer Patrick Barlow have created  a frame play, based on its 1634 original production. The result is very funny and very lively.


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Link to the article The Sound … and The Fury … at the Globe 2016. This is on the current early departure of the Artistic Director, with an overview of the arguments over the 2016 season with extracts from the relevant reviews here.

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Review of The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk, by Daniel Jamieson. (FOLLOW LINK). The story of Marc and Bella Chagall, told with colour, music, dance, mime and every theatrical device. Directed by Emma Rice for Kneehigh / Bristol Old Vic.

The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk_credit Steve Tanner (3)

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