Tag Archives: Tyrone Savage

School for Scandal

Director – Antoni Cimolino Starring – Maev Beatty as Lady Sneerwell, Brigit Wilson as Mrs Candour, Joseph Zeigler as Sir Oliver Surface. Geraint Wyn Davies as Sir Peter Teazle, Shannon Taylor as Lady Teazle, Brent Carver as Rowley, Sebastien Helms … Continue reading

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Chasse Galerie

A foot stomping romp across the skies to a bar in Old Montreal for New Year’s Eve, a bargain with the devil, and four women voyageuses  who want to get out of their cabin in the cold to have some … 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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Hay Fever

I have drafted this post several times, and it keeps disappearing! Does this mean that you are not allowed to voice negative opinions of Noel Coward? I am too annoyed to redraft a lll my earlier thoughts, so her is … Continue reading

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The Three Musketeers

The play starts as it means to continue, with action, sword fighting and comedy all rolled in together. The plot is convoluted, the themes adult, and the play is long, but the kids in the audience all seemed to be … Continue reading

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Romeo and Juliet

Unfortunately, I read Richard Ouzounian’s vicious review of the opening night production of the play, just before I started this commentary. He did not hate everything, just the direction by Tim Carroll, the use of original practices and Romeo. He … Continue reading

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Three Plays After

Brian Friel created the three plays of the title based on / inspired by the works of Chekov.  The Yalta Game starred Robert King as Dimitry and Peggy Coffey as Anna. They flirt by telling each other outrageous stories of … Continue reading

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