In Lee Lewis’ production for Bell Shakespeare, Cormack plays Alceste, a woman in a position of power in the fast-moving music industry.
Storytellers Festival lets the light pour on on all those 'bottom drawer' projects, writes Joanna Erskine.
Before director Adam Cook could launch Moby Dick, Orson Welles’ adaptation of this classic story would have to undergo a refit.
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The Almighty Sometimes
Audrey review: This fine Griffin production of Kendall Feaver's play taps its underlying anger and urgency and seldom lets you off its hook.