We’ve seen the story a thousand times before but there’s something affirming about watching redemption and reinvention, wrapped in a Christmas bow of hope that
Hot on the heels of Sport for Jove’s epic and excellent production of ‘Cyrano de Bergerac’ only late last year, it was a bold move
The story of Amadeus begins with Antonio Salieri, a well-known composer of the early 19th Century who, on his deathbed, declares that he murdered Mozart.
Belvoir’s ‘Cinderella’, currently playing downstairs, is a contemporary retelling of a tale we’ve seen in many different forms, many different times. But Matthew Whittet’s version,
‘Platonov’ is Chekhov at his most raw, his most open, his most bare. Chekhov examines the tensions between great love and lesser love. He allows
The New Theatre hit pay dirt when new director on the local scene, Giles Gartrell-Mills put out the call for his cast for the last
Reginald Rose’s story of Twelve Angry Men is a story of ignorance and prejudice being overcome by courage and conviction. It is a story that