Cindy Marcolina

Cindy Marcolina


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LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Interview: Cherrelle Skeete Talks THE SEAGULL At Lyric HammersmithCherrelle Skeete On THE SEAGULL At Lyric Hammersmith
Posted: Sep. 8, 2017


BWW Review: DOUBT, A PARABLE, Southwark PlayhouseBWW Review: DOUBT, A PARABLE, Southwark Playhouse
Posted: Sep. 9, 2017


BWW Review: WAITING FOR GODOT, Arts TheatreBWW Review: WAITING FOR GODOT, Arts Theatre
Posted: Sep. 8, 2017


BWW Interview: Catherine Steadman Talks WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTIONBWW Interview: Catherine Steadman Talks WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION
Posted: Sep. 18, 2017


BWW Review: HYEM (YEM, HJEM, HOME), Theatre503BWW Review: HYEM (YEM, HJEM, HOME), Theatre503
Posted: Sep. 5, 2017


BWW Review: LATE COMPANY, Trafalgar StudiosBWW Review: LATE COMPANY, Trafalgar Studios
Posted: Aug. 25, 2017


Book Review: TIP OF THE TONGUE, Peter BrookBook Review: TIP OF THE TONGUE, Peter Brook
Posted: Sep. 13, 2017


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Interview:  Robert J. Sherman Talks A SPOONFUL OF SHERMANRobert J. Sherman Talks A SPOONFUL OF SHERMAN
Posted: Aug. 22, 2017


BWW Review: SUPERHERO, Southwark PlayhouseBWW Review: SUPERHERO, Southwark Playhouse
Posted: Jul. 1, 2017


BWW Interview: Cherrelle Skeete Talks THE SEAGULL At Lyric HammersmithCherrelle Skeete On THE SEAGULL At Lyric Hammersmith
Posted: Sep. 8, 2017


BWW Review: I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD, Finborough TheatreBWW Review: I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD, Finborough Theatre
Posted: Mar. 2, 2017


BWW Review: PAPER HEARTS, Upstairs At The GatehouseBWW Review: PAPER HEARTS, Upstairs At The Gatehouse
Posted: May. 5, 2017


BWW Review: NATIVES, Southwark PlayhouseBWW Review: NATIVES, Southwark Playhouse
Posted: Apr. 1, 2017


BWW Review: HOLY CRAP!, King's Head TheatreBWW Review: HOLY CRAP!, King's Head Theatre
Posted: Jun. 14, 2017


BWW Review: RAMONA TELLS JIM, Bush TheatreBWW Review: RAMONA TELLS JIM, Bush Theatre
September 23, 2017

On a geography trip to the Scottish Highlands around 1998, middle-schooler Ramona (Ruby Bentall) falls for Jim (Joe Bannister), a socially awkward simpleton with a passion-bordering-obsession for crustaceans. Their shared love for Enya's music combined with the teenage isolation that comes with weird interests inevitably leads them to bond.

Fresh Faces And Inspiring Words At The Stage Debut AwardsFresh Faces And Inspiring Words At The Stage Debut Awards
September 18, 2017

On Sunday, 17th September, 8 Northumberland Avenue saw theatre veterans and newcomers gathering together to celebrate the latter's accomplishments. The first edition of The Stage Debut Awards was a success, and the red carpet turn-up was a grand and sparkling line of stars and stars-in-the-making. Dressed to the nines in suits, gowns, and make-up worthy of Hollywood's glitziest of nights and shrouded in the humbleness and grace that only belong to the theatre folk (well, most of them, anyway), actors, writers, composers, and directors walked with full hearts and starry eyes.

BWW Interview: Catherine Steadman Talks WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTIONBWW Interview: Catherine Steadman Talks WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION
September 18, 2017

Catherine Steadman's career spans stage and screen: from Mansfield Park to Downton Abbey, and from Oppenheimer (which earned her an Oliver Award nomination) to That Face at the Royal Court. She's now embarking on a new production of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall.

Book Review: TIP OF THE TONGUE, Peter BrookBook Review: TIP OF THE TONGUE, Peter Brook
September 13, 2017

We use them every day. Sometimes we mean them, other times we don't. We whisper, sing, or scream them. Words permeate our lives from the very start, and theatre director Peter Brook accompanies us on an intimate journey through language and meaning in his new book Tip of the Tongue.

BWW Review: DOUBT, A PARABLE, Southwark PlayhouseBWW Review: DOUBT, A PARABLE, Southwark Playhouse
September 9, 2017

When Sister Aloysius (Stella Gonet), St. Nicholas Church School's conservative and distrusting principal, learns from Sister James (Clare Latham) that Father Flynn (Jonathan Chambers) had a one-on-one meeting with Donald Muller - the first and only African-American pupil of the school - she is immediately alarmed, believing sexual misconduct must have occurred.

BWW Review: WAITING FOR GODOT, Arts TheatreBWW Review: WAITING FOR GODOT, Arts Theatre
September 8, 2017

Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot returns to the Arts Theatre, 62 years after making its English-language debut at the same venue. Thisproduction focuses on the play's essence, withdirector Peter Reid strippingoff all frills.

BWW Interview: Cherrelle Skeete Talks THE SEAGULL At Lyric HammersmithBWW Interview: Cherrelle Skeete Talks THE SEAGULL At Lyric Hammersmith
September 8, 2017

Cherrelle Skeete, who originated the character of Rose Granger Weasley in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, is now starring in the Lyric Hammersmith's production of The Seagull, which begins on 3 October.

BWW Review: HYEM (YEM, HJEM, HOME), Theatre503BWW Review: HYEM (YEM, HJEM, HOME), Theatre503
September 5, 2017

Mick and Sylv's (Patrick Driver and Charlie Hardwick) home is a safe haven for some of the teenagers living in a small town in Northumberland. Dummey (Ryan Nolan), Laura (Aimee Kelly), and Shelley (Sarah Balfour) are all there for different reasons, united in the love the two adults give them. However, the dark shadow of a past looms over the house, as Dean (Joe Blakemore) - an older guest of Mick and Sylv's - becomes a threat.

BWW Review: LATE COMPANY, Trafalgar StudiosBWW Review: LATE COMPANY, Trafalgar Studios
August 25, 2017

Michael Yale gives new life to Jordan Tannahill's Late Company at Trafalgar Studios after a critically acclaimed run at Finborough Theatre earlier this year. The cast is once again inspiring and the production is even more poignant than the last.

BWW Interview:  Robert J. Sherman Talks A SPOONFUL OF SHERMANBWW Interview: Robert J. Sherman Talks A SPOONFUL OF SHERMAN
August 22, 2017

Songwriter Robert J. Sherman just ended a run of his latest show A Spoonful of Sherman at Live at Zedel. He discusses the genesis of the cabaret and his family's musical heritage.

BWW Review: OLYMPILADS, Theatre N16BWW Review: OLYMPILADS, Theatre N16
August 11, 2017

Andrew Maddock explores a difficult family relationship marred by old issues and mental health in his new play. While Darren (Nebiu Samuel) believes he's going to beat Usain Bolt in the Men's finals, Simon (Rhys Yates) is dealt a heavy hand trying to maintain the ties with his estranged sister Abigail (Michelle Barwood) and struggling to support Darren. The picture of a dysfunctional family, Olympilads leaves the audience with a broken heart and a punch in the gut.

BWW Review: BOOM, Theatre503BWW Review: BOOM, Theatre503
August 8, 2017

Director Katherine Nesbitt leads the UK premiere of Boom, which premiered at the Ars Nova Theatre in New York in 2008. Following huge success in its first run, it became a favourite among producers, and it's not hard to understand why. Peter Sinn Nachtrieb's play is intelligent and apocalyptically funny.

BWW Review: COMING CLEAN, King's Head TheatreBWW Review: COMING CLEAN, King's Head Theatre
July 29, 2017

Tony (Lee Knight) and Greg (Jason Nwoga) have been together for five years. Their relationship is safe, secure, and built on the notion that both of them are allowed to have one-night stands out of their flat. But when Tony hires Robert (Tom Lambert) as a cleaner, the couple's balance starts to shift. Directed by Adam Spreadbury-Maher 35 years after it first premiered in London, Kevin Elyot's Coming Clean is hilarious in his honesty and openness.

BWW Review: JUST TO GET MARRIED, Finborough TheatreBWW Review: JUST TO GET MARRIED, Finborough Theatre
July 28, 2017

Georgiana Vicary, her whole familyand her circle of friends are all waiting for shy Adam Lancaster to propose to her and end her shame of being almost 30 and still unmarried. Her conscience and truthfulness, however, do not make her life with the handsome fiance easy. The first London production of suffragette Cicely Hamilton's play in over 100 years is diverse and funny, but takes time to properly kick off.

BWW Interview: Playwright Peter Sinn Nachtrieb Talks BOOM At Theatre503BWW Interview: Playwright Peter Sinn Nachtrieb Talks BOOM At Theatre503
July 31, 2017

San Francisco-born Peter Sinn Nachtrieb'shit doomsday comedyBoom, about a biology lab meet-cute with major evolutionary consequences, premieredat the Ars Nova Theatre in New York in 2008. This August, it comes to Theatre503.

BWW Review: DISCO PIGS, Trafalgar StudiosBWW Review: DISCO PIGS, Trafalgar Studios
July 19, 2017

Director John Haidar marks the 20th anniversary of Enda Walsh's award-winning Disco Pigs with a cracking new production at Trafalgar Studios. Premiered at the 1997 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the play depicts the peculiar universe created by Pig and Runt in Cork City. Born at the same time on the same day at the same hospital, the deep friendship that unites the two takes a turn on their 17th birthday.

BWW Review: TORN APART (DISSOLUTION), The Hope TheatreBWW Review: TORN APART (DISSOLUTION), The Hope Theatre
July 7, 2017

Set in three bedrooms, the same emotional world under three different roofs in time, Torn Apart (Dissolution) is an intimately powerful play. BJ McNeill bares an array of human feelings and cages them on the stage in singular snapshots of differently shared lives.

BWW Review: INSTRUCTIONS FOR AMERICAN SERVICEMEN IN BRITAIN, Jermyn Street TheatreBWW Review: INSTRUCTIONS FOR AMERICAN SERVICEMEN IN BRITAIN, Jermyn Street Theatre
July 6, 2017

In 1942, the American War Office issued a pamphlet titled 'Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain' to prepare the nation's soldiers to a life abroad defeating the Nazis. In the riotous comedy by Fol Espoir and The Real McGuffins, Americans and Brits come face to face with odd traditions, typical and debatable food habits, and a shared language that couldn't sound more different.

BWW Review: SUPERHERO, Southwark PlayhouseBWW Review: SUPERHERO, Southwark Playhouse
July 1, 2017

Premiering at Southwark Playhouse,Superhero is a bittersweet,funny and genuinely moving musical about a dad fighting for custody of his daughter. Colin Bradley (Michael Rouse) recounts his journey through fatherhood recollecting the small victories, hilarious momentsand painful mistakes of his life with Emily, his beloved daughter, and Christine, his ex-wife.

BWW Review: MR GILLIE, Finborough TheatreBWW Review: MR GILLIE, Finborough Theatre
June 27, 2017

James Bridie's Mr Gillie comes to the London stage after more than 60 years. Helmed by Jenny Eastop, this production is a successful portraitof love and passion for art and education.



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