Podcasts: Shakespeare’s Women

Recently I was delighted to spend some time in the recording studio with Sylvia Rosenblum, of Eastside Radio’s Arts Wednesday program, chatting about Shakespeare’s Women. We put together six ten-to-twelve minute episodes, broken down into: Shakespeare’s World, Ingénues and Witty Wenches, Queens, the Lower Classes, Shrews, and Magical Daughters. Now the full series has gone […]

The Rover: Charm Offensive

By Company B at Belvoir St Theatre Some spoilers lie ahead, best read as a reflection after seeing the show. Photo credit: Nathan Atkins. Check out his full gallery at The AU Review. It is a truth of our shallow, gullible world that attractive people can get away with being appalling. The Rover is a […]

A World of Words

Cyrano de Bergerac by Sport for Jove at the York Theatre, Seymour Centre Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead by Old Vic Theatre via National Theatre Live Damien Ryan’s adaptation of the nineteenth century play about the seventeenth century poet is such a treat for its unabashed revelling in words. Stoppard’s eternally popular work in response […]