Reviews of plays, scripts, films, in fact anything related to performing. If you'd like to submit a review, then please contact Jane.
Written for a playwriting competition in 1936 and not performed until 2015, Arthur Miller’s first play contains many of the elements that would come to characterise later classics such as All My Sons, The Crucible and most notably of all Death of a Salesman. No Villain traces the declining fortunes and father son tensions of a New York Jewish family as an industry-wide strike proves disastrous for their garment-making business during the Great Depression.
Ground Rules is a new play by Eric Chappell published by Josef Weinberger
New book published by Bloomsbury and with an Introduction by Philip Hedley
Mastering the Shakespeare Audition is a handbook for actors of all ages and experience
Andy Wilkins reviews the Shenfield Operatic Society’s production of Singing In The Rain
Jane Dickerson reviews False Widows written by Rebecca Bond
Andy Wilkins reviews the Wesley Players production of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs in Upminster
Steve Gil, Director at Summerseat Players in Lancashire reviews two plays – Lost and Found.
Andy Wilkins reviews Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch’s Community Group’s production of Our House
A Practical Guide to Training, Rehearsing and Devising and Video