Despite the combined skills of its performers, The Cutting Edge lacks pace and drive and the key moment of crisis, which always seems around the corner, never arrives.
The Cutting Edge passes on the message that art in all its forms is about the importance of the human experience, rather than an end in itself.
The Lyric Hammersmith has announces the cast of veteran stage actors who will take on the role of a group of teenagers in the European premiere of Australian hit play Seventeen, which runs from 5 March to 8 April 2017, with a press night on 14 March.
Shakespeare’s Globe is delighted to announce casting for the next two productions in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. The White Devil runs from 26 January to 16 April with a press night on 1 February. Othello runs from 23 February to 16 April with a apress night on 2 March.
Could ‘The King’s Speech’ work without Colin Firth? Would anything grow on theatrical ground already sprayed by Madonna in her shocking abdication movie ‘W/E’? In the movie I had found Mr Firth’s housewife-pleasing charms somewhat distracting despite his stock-in-trade diffidence, so the stage play is an opportunity to hear the story of the 1937 Abdication […]
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