“Wibble! Wibble! The dragon who can jump and dance and giggle!” Last week, I had the pleasure of attending a performance of Good Luck, Studio, a new Mischief show that has been touring since the beginning of October of this … Continue reading [Review] Good Luck, Studio – Giggles, Groans, and a Gun
By Helen Sullivan Picture: all rights reserved How very! Heathers: The Musical has made its way to the screen in the U.S and Canada on the Roku Channel. The musical comes full circle with its return to this side of … Continue reading How Very! Heathers: the Musical proshot has been released!
Words by Clementine Pruvost Musical theatre fans had been waiting for a revival of Billy Elliot: the Musical since the original production closed at the Victoria Palace in 2016. The musical is a coming-of-age story based on the 2000 film … Continue reading [SHOW REVIEW] Billy Elliot at the Leicester theatre
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 Clélia Gessner On November 19th, 2021 Lin-Manuel Miranda’s adaptation of Jonathan Larson’s autobiographical rock monologue tick, tick… BOOM! was made available to watch on Netflix. More than an adaptation really, as it alternates reconstitutions of the actual performance of … Continue reading tick, tick… BOOM! is a triumph
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