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February 12, 2017 Susan Elkin

Skill up for entrepreneurial survival

Drama Studio London students at work. DSL’s new degree course includes teaching about arts funding and actor’s finances.  Every drama school graduate...

February 10, 2017 Susan Elkin

The Hunting Lodge (Susan Elkin reviews)

The Hunting Lodge Unicorn Theatre The best thing about this quirky 50-minute show is the fight between two women, immaculately directed by...

February 8, 2017 Susan Elkin

School Play (Susan Elkin reviews)

It’s a remarkable achievement for a very young playwright (early 20s) to have got a play staged by Antic Face at Southwark...

February 8, 2017 Susan Elkin

The Seagull (Susan Elkin reviews)

The Seagull Hemar Theatre at Ognisko Polskie The Seagull requires a large, potentially unwieldy cast and it’s good to see a professional...

February 8, 2017 Susan Elkin

her (Susan Elkin reviews)

Half Moon Young People’s Theatre, Limehouse This piece presents the experience of young women from a wide range of perspectives with the...

February 8, 2017 Susan Elkin

The Glass Menagerie (Susan Elkin reviews)

Duke of York’s Theatre The stereotypes are so familiar: the overbearing garrulous mother, the timid daughter, the son who is itching to...

February 8, 2017 Susan Elkin

Much Ado About Nothing (Susan Elkin reviews)

Society/company: Royal Shakespeare Company – RSC (professional) (directory) performance date: 30 Jan 2017 venue: Theatre Royal, Haymarket This warm and enchanting take...

February 5, 2017 Susan Elkin

Is theatre reviewing teachable?

Critics Kate Maltby and Libby Purves at Critics Circle Awards Last week two unrelated things happened to make me think hard and...

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