It’s always said that the honour is being nominated at all; in artistic endeavour, it should be a competition anyway. But what about those who are not nominated at all? Where does that leave them?
Now open at the Trafalgar Studios, Alexander Lass directs the West End debut of Bill Rosenfield’s play. Here is what critics have been saying about it…
Bill Rosenfield has written something truly extraordinarily special. It’s well constructed, funny and beautiful.
Written by Drama Desk and Richard Rodgers Award winner Bill Rosenfield, 46 Beacon is a memory play, directed by Alexander Lass and produced by Oli Sones and Ed Sinke. I caught up with 46 Beacon’s writer Bill, along with one of the actors Oliver, during their busy rehearsal period.
I began a busy week in New York and then was in England, Wales and Scotland – only Ireland eluded me.