Category: Theatre Reviews – Archive

March 14, 2019 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

SBW Stables Theatre, February 27 6/10 We get the thrust. Unrequited love hollows you out; leaves a husk where a heart should have been. In case we didn’t get it, playwright Mary Rachel Brown has Angela, Gabriel’s ex, tell him: “Say goodbye, it is the least you could do if…

February 25, 2019 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

Drama Theatre, February 16 6/10 A key element of transforming Lewis Lewis, an out-of-work actor, into Tommy Ryan, a malleable Senator, is a substantial haircut. That is exactly what this play needs. It could lose fully 40 minutes, and sacrifice nothing of its narrative, ideas or comedy. In fact the…

February 17, 2019 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

Reginald Theatre, February 9 6.5/10 Most of us enter a theatre for brief respite from dowdy lives. I don’t know why playwrights stopped cherishing theatricality, the lifeblood of their art form, but it’s happened to such a degree that a rarity like The Moors socks you fair in the imagination.…