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Tag Archives: Terry Johnson

Archive Interview • NOT THE NATIONAL THEATRE • The Beauty Queen of Leenane • 2003

When Terry Johnson saw NOT the National Theatre’s production of Hysteria, he said: ‘Clear as a bell. Dead classy.’ Jeffrey Perry, one of the four directors of the company, hopes that … Continue reading

02/27/2016 · Leave a comment

REVIEW: Oh What A Lovely War!, Richmond Theatre (Touring) ✭✭✭✭ | British Theatre

My connection is still atrocious hence my not responding to comments. Oh, What A Lovely War Richmond Theatre, as part of UK tour 12 February 2015 4 Stars It’s grouse … Continue reading

02/19/2015 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • HITCHCOCK BLONDE • Royal Court Theatre • 2003

The second scene of Hitchcock Blonde offers us the sight of Alfred Hitchcock painstakingly filleting Dover sole while dining with a young actress desperate to be cast in his film. This image is repeated … Continue reading

09/30/2014 · Leave a comment

Archive • Quotes • Arts Council Irresponsibility • 2008

‘For thirty-five years, The Bush Theatre has discovered, developed and presented distinctive playwrights, whose work gives an extraordinary account of contemporary Britain and our changing world. Arts Council England’s proposed cut would seriously … Continue reading

02/28/2014 · Leave a comment

Archive Theatre Review • HITCHCOCK BLONDE • Lyric Theatre • 2003

Terry Johnson has had phenomenal success dealing with some of the great icons of the twentieth century. From putting Marilyn Monroe and Albert Einstein in a room together to dissecting … Continue reading

03/22/2013 · Leave a comment