Our latest issue is here and is packed with new content! Featuring But, I’m A Cheerleader, Life Of Pi, Broken Wings, American Utopia, Persuasion, Ku’Damm’56 and more! Continue reading Curtain Call new issue is here featuring But, I’m A Cheerleader, Broken Wings, Life Of Pi and more!
Our latest issue is here and is packed with new content! As Newsies is getting ready to celebrate its 10th year anniversary, we took a trip down memory lane with former Newsies Ben Fankhauser (OG Davey) and Ryan Breslin (OG … Continue reading Curtain Call new issue is here featuring Ben Fankhauser and Ryan Breslin, Katy Richardson and more!
Words by: Helen Sullivan Image: All rights reserved January 27th marks Holocaust Memorial Day and NT Live is releasing a filmed version of Tom Stoppard’s latest play, Lepoldstadt. The play follows multiple generations of a Jewish family living in Vienna. … Continue reading A reflection on Jewish Identity: Lepoldstadt on NT Live
As we enter the new year with high hopes and filled with theatre love, our team at Curtain Call is delighted to share with your our brand new issue. From an exclusive interview with the cast of Winnie The Pooh … Continue reading Curtain Call new issue is here featuring Winnie The Pooh, Rachel Dawson, Arun Blair-Mangat and more. !
By Dorothy Grace Franklin Photo: Marc Brenner I had the pleasure to see the summer season’s last production of “Twelfth Night” at the Globe. Being a massive literature fan, especially Shakespearean, I was thrilled to hear I would be studying … Continue reading A New Take on Twelfth Night
By Constance Drugeot Image: Marc Brenner After living in London for three years, I finally went to see a play at the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. For my first time, I decided to book the iconic Romeo & Juliet, directed by … Continue reading Romeo & Juliet at the Globe Theatre, between modernity and wake up call
By Helen Sullivan Image: Joan Marcus Six has not had the most conventional path to open on Broadway, to say the least. Hours before the show was set to open, Broadway was shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Family … Continue reading After Too Many Years Lost in History, the Six Queens are Ready to Take Their Crowning Glory on Broadway
By Clémentine Pruvost Picture: Dewynters Photography Opened in the West End since October 1999, The Lion King is a delight for all ages. Old and young have roamed the halls of the Lyceum Theatre in sheer joy. But is it … Continue reading My Experience watching ‘The Lion King’ in the West End
By Clélia Gessner Art by @enjoy_the_party_ On March 14, 2020, the last two & Juliet shows were performed in the form of a staged concert (as there was no one to play the character of May). I was there for … Continue reading ‘Oh my god, we’re back again’: & Juliet’s grand reopening