Black Is The Color Of My Voice – Stream Theatre

Written by Apphia Campbell  Directed by Arran Hawkins and Nate Jacobs ★★★★★ Apphia Campbell’s Fringe First award-winning show has enjoyed the successes of London, New York, Shanghai, and Edinburgh and now finds itself streaming digitally for the first time. Reflecting on the journey from church service to renowned vocalist and forefront of the Civil Rights … Continue reading Black Is The Color Of My Voice – Stream Theatre

Heads or Tails – Living Record & Brighton Fringe

Written by Skye Hallam ★★★ If you had forty minutes to impart your wisdom to those left behind, what would you say? Would you express your deep-seated regrets and securities in the hope of pushing someone into experiencing more, or would you warn of the impending dangers of disregarding the life you have and the … Continue reading Heads or Tails – Living Record & Brighton Fringe

Aaron and Julia – The Space

Written by Oliver Myers Directed by Amelia Hursey ★★ For a time, the Welsh town of Caerleon – or Isca as it was previously known, was on the lips of countless Roman-Britons as a vitally significant military fortress. Now a scenic, charming area of the nation, the history has never been truly erased, but it … Continue reading Aaron and Julia – The Space

Romeo & Juliet – Creation Theatre/Watford Palace Theatre

Written by William Shakespeare Adapted and Directed by Natasha Rickman ★★★ Reinvention maintains the dignity and commercial viability of countless age-old tales, perhaps none more so than the works of William Shakespeare. After numerous retellings, adaptations, castings, and rejuvenation, it’s tremendously complex to reinvigorate the bard’s world beyond his original brilliance. Not for Creation Theatre, … Continue reading Romeo & Juliet – Creation Theatre/Watford Palace Theatre

The Sorrows of Satan – Brocket Hall

Book and Lyrics by Michael Conley Music by Luke Bateman Directed by Adam Lenson ★★★★ Callous, cunning, and controversial – Satan is equally loved as a literary obstacle as he is a theological adversary. And if the devil hasn’t been the inspiration for a tale of warning, his involvement with the infamous Faust, the quintessential … Continue reading The Sorrows of Satan – Brocket Hall