Posts Tagged ‘Nadia Albina’

Review added of “Macbeth”  (LINKED)  at the National Theatre. This was critically reviled when it opened. It runs at the same time as the RSC production reviewed here earlier, so comparison is inevitable.


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Review of Othello at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, at The Globe Theatre. It’s the first major Shakesperean tragedy they’ve done in the recreated (and candlelit) Jacobean indoor playhouse. A cast of nine too. Many issues emerge …


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The Globe’s latest version of Macbeth – Globe 2016, with Ray Fearon as Macbeth and Tara Fitzgerald as Lady Macbeth, has divided critics, with reviews ranging from one star to five star. Iqbal Khan’s version has stirred things up. Follow the link to see what I thought.


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One of the best plays this year, Hecuba by Marina Carr. A new play, adapted radically from Euripides.


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Review added of The Merchant of Venice, Royal Shakespeare Company 2015. Some reviews didn’t like it. We did (see link). Most interesting is contrasting it with other productions this year.

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