Cindy Marcolina

Cindy Marcolina


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BWW Review: MYTHIC, Charing Cross TheatreBWW Review: MYTHIC, Charing Cross Theatre
Posted: Oct. 9, 2018


BWW Review: DIVINE PROPORTIONS, The VaultsBWW Review: DIVINE PROPORTIONS, The Vaults
Posted: Sep. 20, 2018


BWW Review: JURASSIC PARK IN CONCERT, Royal Albert HallBWW Review: JURASSIC PARK IN CONCERT, Royal Albert Hall
Posted: Sep. 30, 2018


BWW Review: PARENTS' EVENING, Jermyn Street TheatreBWW Review: PARENTS' EVENING, Jermyn Street Theatre
Posted: Oct. 6, 2018


BWW Review: THE WIDER EARTH, Natural History MuseumBWW Review: THE WIDER EARTH, Natural History Museum
Posted: Oct. 13, 2018


Hope In The Face of Adversity Advised at The Stage Debut AwardsHope In The Face of Adversity Advised at The Stage Debut Awards
Posted: Sep. 24, 2018


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Interview: Sarah Woodward Talks QUIZ at No?l Coward TheatreInterview: Sarah Woodward Talks QUIZ
Posted: Mar. 24, 2018


BWW Review: MYTHIC, Charing Cross TheatreBWW Review: MYTHIC, Charing Cross Theatre
Posted: Oct. 9, 2018


BWW Review: THE KING AND I, London PalladiumReview: THE KING AND I, London Palladium
Posted: Sep. 2, 2018


BWW Review: THE PHLEBOTOMIST, Hampstead TheatreBWW Review: THE PHLEBOTOMIST, Hampstead Theatre
Posted: Apr. 26, 2018


BWW Review: DIVINE PROPORTIONS, The VaultsBWW Review: DIVINE PROPORTIONS, The Vaults
Posted: Sep. 20, 2018


BWW Interview: Joe McElderry Talks JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOATJoe McElderry Talks JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR
Posted: Dec. 20, 2017


BWW Review: ONE NIGHT WITH... CARRIE HOPE FLETCHER AND JODIE STEELE, Studio 88BWW Review: ONE NIGHT WITH... CARRIE HOPE FLETCHER AND JODIE STEELE, Studio 88
October 17, 2018

Studio 88 launches a new series featuring some of the most well-known stars of London's West End. Coming straight off stages around London, the musical theatre performers jump under the neon lights to sing some of her favourite songs.

BWW Review: THE WIDER EARTH, Natural History MuseumBWW Review: THE WIDER EARTH, Natural History Museum
October 13, 2018

The National History Museum unveils a brand new theatre in the Jerwood Gallery with Trish Wadley Productions and Dead Puppet Society's The Wider Earth. After sold-out seasons in Australia, it's ready to cast its spell on London as well. The coming-of-age play sees a rebellious and pre-beard Charles Darwin embarking on the voyage that will change his (and our) life.

BWW Review: MYTHIC, Charing Cross TheatreBWW Review: MYTHIC, Charing Cross Theatre
October 9, 2018

Mount Olympus gets a swanky revamp in Mythic, Marcus Stevens and Oran Eldor's new musical retelling of the myth of Persephone (Georgie Westall). Daughter of Zeus (Tim Oxbrow) and Demeter (Daniella Bowen), young P. has been brought up by her single mother - a very zen Mother Earth - away from the buzz and flashiness of the Gods. Now, she is striving to find her identity while Demeter struggles to accept that her offspring is growing up.

BWW Review: PARENTS' EVENING, Jermyn Street TheatreBWW Review: PARENTS' EVENING, Jermyn Street Theatre
October 6, 2018

Ten-year-old Jessica's behaviour has been troublesome recently, so her parents (Amy Marston and Peter Hamilton Dyer) are called in to discuss the concerns at their daughter's school. After having a row over a game of Cluedo (won by Jessica to her father's utter dismay and horror) the two adults embark on a lateral journey to analyse their marriage and the implications of love.

BWW Review: JURASSIC PARK IN CONCERT, Royal Albert HallBWW Review: JURASSIC PARK IN CONCERT, Royal Albert Hall
September 30, 2018

The Royal Albert Hall celebrates the 25th anniversary of the release of Jurassic Park presenting the cult classic with a full symphonic orchestra, creating a magical and hair-raising experience. The Czech National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ben Palmer delivers the overwhelming fascination that's inherent to John Williams' score.

Hope In The Face of Adversity Advised at The Stage Debut AwardsHope In The Face of Adversity Advised at The Stage Debut Awards
September 24, 2018

Spirits were high on Sunday 23 September when bright-eyed young artists and veterans gathered together to celebrate the rising stars of British theatreat The Stage Debut Awards.

BWW Review: DIVINE PROPORTIONS, The VaultsBWW Review: DIVINE PROPORTIONS, The Vaults
September 20, 2018

Shotgun Carousel transform The Vaults into the ultimate 21st Century Bacchanalia, complete with nipple tassels and rock songs sung on tables overflowing with riches. Hosted by Dionysus themselves (they refuse any label or spectrum) with the help of the Maenads and featuring a bunch of special guests from another world, Divine Proportions is a truly hedonistic experience.

BWW Review: WASTED, Southwark PlayhouseBWW Review: WASTED, Southwark Playhouse
September 13, 2018

After Lin-Manuel Miranda's smash hit Hamilton and the newly opened Six, Christopher Ash and Carl Miller's rockumentary Wasted takes a good look at the achievements and heartbreaks of the Bronte siblings. The lives of Charlotte (Natasha Barnes), Emily (Siobhan Athwal), Anne (Molly Lynch), and Branwell (Matthew Jacob Morgan) are turned into a headbanging musical in the resurgence of stage retellings of history.

BWW Review: A WINNING HAZARD, Finborough TheatreBWW Review: A WINNING HAZARD, Finborough Theatre
September 11, 2018

The ridiculousness and hypocrisy of the Victorian ruling class is presented by Finborough Theatre in the form of three commediettas under the umbrella A Winning Hazard. The show consists of J.P. Wooler's rediscovered classics A Winning Hazard, Allow Me To Apologise, and Orange Blossoms. Directed by Phillip James Rouse, the triple bill sadly lack atmosphere and turns into an awkward representation of an outdated world.

BWW Review: ABOUT LEO, Jermyn Street TheatreBWW Review: ABOUT LEO, Jermyn Street Theatre
September 8, 2018

Jermyn Street Theatre kick off their Rebels season with the world premiere of Alice Allemano's About Leo. Aspiring journalist Eliza Prentice (Eleanor Wyld) lands in Mexico, bright-eyed and armed with pesky curiosity, pursuing her quest to interview ageing artist Leonora Carrington (Phoebe Pryce in her younger version, Susan Tracy in her elder). Eliza knows that the woman notoriously doesn't grant interviews - especially when they're about her former lover Max Ernst (Nigel Whitmey) - but she hopes to gain her favours with her persistence and singular point of view.

BWW Review: THE KING AND I, London PalladiumBWW Review: THE KING AND I, London Palladium
September 2, 2018

The London Palladium and The King and I have welcomed back to the stage Ruthie Ann Miles with a warm embrace. Miles, who was forced to quit performing after a devastating accident earlier in the year, reprises the role of Lady Thiang - the King of Siam's (Ken Watanabe) chief wife - to great acclaim. Whilst the show was still running on Broadway, the part won her multiple awards (including a Tony) and nominations so it's not a surprise that she is stunning in it.

Theatre, Adaptation and Change Debated at the Italian Theatre FestivalTheatre, Adaptation and Change Debated at the Italian Theatre Festival
September 1, 2018

In between the last two shows of the Italian Theatre Festival, poet and novelist Ben Okri, critic and author Emanuele Trevi, and writer Gilles Affray gathered in the basement bar of The Print Room at the Coronet to discuss words and theatre. Chaired by Marco Delogu, President of the Italian Cultural Institute in London, the conversation spanned from the roleof adaptation andrespect towards the original authors to the nature of the art.

BWW Review: BUT WHY? MA PERCHE?, The Print RoomBWW Review: BUT WHY? MA PERCHE?, The Print Room
September 1, 2018

The first edition of the Italian Theatre Festival concludes with a work-in-progress performed by Complicite's co-founder Marcello Magni. Created by Magni himself with Gilles Aufrey and Oliver Barwell-Aufrey, But Why? Ma Perche consists of small profound sketches told and improvised on stage.

BWW Review: MISTERO BUFFO, The Print RoomBWW Review: MISTERO BUFFO, The Print Room
September 1, 2018

Italian tradition lands on the stage of The Print Room in the second (and last) day of the Italian Theatre Festival with Dario Fo's Mistero Buffo, directed by Eugenio Allegri and performed by Matthias Martelli. The series of monologues taps into popular tradition, drawing from Biblical apocrypha and becoming a satire of modern times.

BWW Review: NOVECENTO, The Print RoomBWW Review: NOVECENTO, The Print Room
August 31, 2018

Alessandro Baricco's Novecento, beloved monologue of many an Italian and more, is presented as the second bill of the Italian Theatre Festival. It's directed by Gabriele Vacis and starring by Eugenio Allegri, the team who brought the show to life for the first time in 1994.

BWW Review: HANNO TUTTI RAGIONE, The Print Room At The CoronetBWW Review: HANNO TUTTI RAGIONE, The Print Room At The Coronet
August 31, 2018

The first edition of the Italian Theatre Festival, curated by Monica Capuani and in partnership with the Italian Cultural Institute in London, brings contemporary Italian theatre to London. Presented mainly in Italian with surtitles, it kicks off with Hanno Tutti Regione (which means 'everyone is right'), written by Academy Award winner for The Great Beauty Paolo Sorrentino and directed and performed by Iaia Forte.

BWW Interview: Composer Jim Fortune Talks PERICLES at the National TheatreBWW Interview: Composer Jim Fortune Talks PERICLES at the National Theatre
August 4, 2018

Following our journey with the company of Pericles at the National Theatre, we met up with Jim Fortune. The composer and songwriter talked about music, London, and how he found a musical voice forthe different worlds of Pericles.

BWW Interview: Josh Barrow Talks SILK ROAD at Trafalgar StudiosBWW Interview: Josh Barrow Talks SILK ROAD at Trafalgar Studios
August 13, 2018

Josh Barrow is reprising his role of Bruce Blakemore in Silk Road (How To Buy Drugs Online). After multiple runs around the country, the show is now playing at Trafalgar Studios.

BWW Review: RIOT ACT, King's Head TheatreBWW Review: RIOT ACT, King's Head Theatre
August 1, 2018

After his sold-out Sex/Crime (The Glory), Alexis Gregory presents the verbatim Riot Act, directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair. Written especially for King's Head Theatre's Queer Season, the piece explores the role of Stonewall, queer history, activism, drag queens, and loss in three gut-wrenching monologues born out of interviews with Michael-Anthony Nozzi, Lavinia Co-op, and Paul Burston.

BWW Review: HYMN TO LOVE, Jermyn Street TheatreBWW Review: HYMN TO LOVE, Jermyn Street Theatre
July 28, 2018

It's 1957 and Edith Piaf is rehearsing her for her last concert in the United States, she recounts the heartbreaks in her life singing through her pain. Directed by Damian Cruden, Elizabeth Mansfield becomes Piaf once again - a role she's been doing on-and-off steadily throughout her career - and is, obviously, stunning.



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