Archive for 'Stephanie Moore'
Milk presents weave a dark and twisted tale in a show that is creative, clumsy and chaotic – a reimagining of what we perceive to be the ‘average fairytale’.
Loosely based on the French literary folktale, the plot revolves around a charming nobleman wooing and marrying a young virgin girl, Pam, and inviting her into his [...]
I love Greek legends. I’ve read them, performed in them, written extensive essays on them, and even flown to Athens to see the Theatre of Dionysus where they were originally performed. I love their universalism, and their ability to be dissected and warped into any context.
Walking into the Old Vic Tunnels to see modernised myth, [...]
A week ago sad news hit the theatre press Lend Me A Tenor The Musical will close at the West End’s Gielgud theatre only two months after opening.
A lucky group of TheatreFixers, however, had the unique opportunity to not only watch the fantastic farce, but also meet some of the cast and ask them questions [...]
Dream Story is a voyeuristic look into a seemingly perfect marriage, wherein a nightmarish reality is exposed. Respectable doctor Fridolin and his wife begin by revealing to one another their most intimate fantasies, ranging from the mildly racy to the unpleasantly perverse.
Anna Ledwich’s production is an adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler’s famed novella, which is [...]
Walking into Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is an enchanting experience in itself. The beautiful theatre buried within the trees feels as if it should be featured in a Baz Luhrmann film – with the outside draped in twisting vines and sprinkled fairy lights, it would be a beautiful setting for an epic love story.
If you go to see Thriller Live expecting a musical, you will be wrong, but you won’t be disappointed. With slick and high-energy choreography, extraordinary vocals, screaming fans and people dancing in the aisles, you’d think you were graced by the King of Pop himself.
For this 1000th West End performance at the Lyric theatre, the [...]