Dec
15

“Stage on Screen ought to have a tangible impact on how early modern drama is taught.”

Stage on Screen receives a warm review and an in-depth interview in the December issue of Viewfinder magazine, the in-house journal of the British Universities Film & Video council.

To read the full article, which covers not only the project as a whole, but ... >>

May
3

Volpone Play Reviews

'The two leads have the makings of a delicious double act, Bremmer snuffling with mirth into his ginger furs as Hadfield makes boobies of the avaricious hypocrites with easy wit.' THE TIMES

'Richly engaging...especially Mark Hadfield, whose energetically lugubrious turn is the show's greatest pleasure.' TIME OUT >>

May
1

The Duchess Of Malfi Play Reviews

'The best spoken, most intelligently staged and thrillingly effective Malfi I've seen in years.'
THE STAGE

'Much of the pleasure of this revival lies in re-encountering Webster's language...full of savage poetry.'
THE GUARDIAN >>

Nov
1

Doctor Faustus Play Reviews

'Atmospheric…diabolically convincing…flashes of fiery poetry…directed with laudable clarity by Elizabeth Freestone
TIME OUT

Gareth Kennerley is magnificent in the huge role of Faustus
THE STAGE >>

Nov
1

The School for Scandal Play Reviews

It is a delight! A production to relish…you know this is going to be fun.'
BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE

'Stage pictures are used beautifully to communicate with the audience'
TEACHING DRAMA MAGAZINE >>

“Impeccably directed by Elizabeth Freestone and imaginatively filmed by outside broadcast director Chris Cowey…it is extremely watchable and really does give you the best of both worlds – the advantages of close up shots and the sense of being at a live performance.”
The Stage
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