Just a quickie for this revisit to Follies, which remains as perfect a piece of musical theatre as I could hope for. I loved it then but I really love it now.
The Olivier Award-winning Follies returns to the National Theatre in richer, deeper, more resonant form and just blows me away.
Eighteen months on and with a couple of well-placed casting changes Stephen Sondheim’s Follies returns to the National Theatre with the excellence of this devastating musical a breath of fresh air amidst a slew of disappointing recent openings in the capital.
Clare Burt makes her RSC debut in the lead role of Miss Littlewood, a new musical about theatre director, Joan Littlewood. Previews begin in the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon on 22 June 2018.
I’ve never questioned why it’s known as the Monica Lewinsky scandal and not the Bill Clinton scandal – but I am now, having seen Devil With The Blue Dress, and I don’t think I’m the only one.
Devil With the Blue Dress is a sharp and incisive play that takes another look at an infamous part of US political history, with compelling performances from the cast of five – gripping from start to finish.
Kevin Armento’s Devil With the Blue Dress at the Bunker Theatre is a brutal look back at the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
The Clinton-Lewinsky scandal has a pressing relevance for today’s audience and with its talented cast, Devil With The Blue Dress will no doubt have a good run.
What do you need to know about Dominic Cooke’s revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies at the National Theatre? It’s a great big, sumptuous, stellar hit.
Using the original book with just a smattering of small changes, this is musical theatre close to its most luxurious, and a bittersweetly life-affirming thrill to watch.
Full casting has been announced for the National Theatre’s forthcoming revival of Stephen Sondheim’s 1971 Broadway musical FOLLIES, which opens in the Olivier in September.