Tag Archives: Lucy Peacock

Bakkhai

Original play by Euripides. New version by Anne Carson. Directed by Jillian Keiley A stellar cast, a dramatic set, great costumes and a strange plot. Even an updated version cannot get around the plot, where Dionysus comes to earth to … Continue reading

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Twelfth Night

Director – Martha Henry Cast – Sarah Afful as Viola, Michael Blake as Sebastien, E.B. Smith as Orsino, Shannon Taylor as Olivia, Brent Carver as Feste, Lucy Peacock as Maria, Geraint Wyn Davies as Sir Toby Belch, Tom Rooney as … Continue reading

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THe Winter’s Tale

Groundling Theatre Company , with Graham Abbey directing, won great accolades for this production last winter, directly contributing to our decision to spend the winter in Stratford and Toronto instead of Arizona. It was the right decision. This was a … Continue reading

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Measure for Measure

Noting should go wrong when you bring together a cast that includes Tom McCamus, Lucy Peacock, Brent Carver, Patrick Galligan, Steven Sutcliffe and Michelle Giroux, and then add in Roy Lewis, Karen Robinson, Charlie Gallant, Serena Parmar and Mark Crawford … Continue reading

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John Gabriel Borkman

Great performances in a very dated play. ¬†Seana McKenna, Lucy Peacock and Scott Wentworth did everything that could be done, but ultimately, the play is too dated to be relevant. To update it would have required a complete rewrite and … Continue reading

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She Stoops to Conquer

Lots of fun with delightful performances by Lucy Peacock and Joseph Ziegler as Mr and Mrs Hardcastle, Maev¬†Beatty as Kate and Sarah Farb as Constance Neville. Barack Osborne was the perfect Tony Lumpkin and Tyrone Savage and Brad Hodder were … Continue reading

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The Thrill

The Thrill is not a reference to the sensation you get watching this play, amazed by the ability of actors like Lucy Peacock to become someone else so completely. It is I assume a reference to the thrill Elora and … Continue reading

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