Photo Flash: First Look at Carli Norris and Maggie McCarthy in TURN OF THE SCREWPhoto Flash: First Look at Carli Norris and Maggie McCarthy in TURN OF THE SCREW
by BWW News Desk - Feb 27, 2018

BroadwayWorld has a first look at the new production of TURN OF THE SCREW. View the photos and a trailer below! (more...)

Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with the UK Tour of TURN OF THE SCREWPhoto Flash: In Rehearsal with the UK Tour of TURN OF THE SCREW
by BWW News Desk - Feb 1, 2018

This spring sees the world premiere of a dynamic new adaptation of Turn of the Screw embark on a UK tour, starring Carli Norris (Pygmalion, Albery Theatre; EastEnders, BBC; Hollyoaks, Channel 4) and Maggie McCarthy (Children of the Sun, Cocktail Sticks and Mother Clap's Molly House, National Theatre; Doctors, BBC; Call the Midwife, BBC/Neal Street Productions; Attack the Block, Film 4; Calendar Girls, Touchstone Pictures). This thrilling production of Henry James' much-loved classic ghost story is faithful to the original and captures its much-celebrated ambiguity. (more...)

Cast Announced For TURN OF THE SCREW In WolverhamptonCast Announced For TURN OF THE SCREW In Wolverhampton
by BWW News Desk - Jan 16, 2018

This spring sees the world premiere of a dynamic new adaptation of TURN OF THE SCREW embark on a UK tour, starring Carli Norris (Pygmalion, Albery Theatre; EastEnders, BBC; Hollyoaks, Channel 4) as The Governess and Maggie McCarthy (Children of the Sun, Cocktail Sticks and Mother Clap's Molly House, National Theatre; Doctors, BBC; Call the Midwife, BBC/Neal Street Productions; Attack the Block, Film 4; Calendar Girls, Touchstone Pictures) as Mrs Grose. Annabel Smith plays Mrs Conray and Michael Hanratty is The Man. (more...)

Carli Norris and Maggie McCarthy to Star in TURN OF THE SCREWCarli Norris and Maggie McCarthy to Star in TURN OF THE SCREW
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2018

This spring sees the world premiere of a dynamic new adaptation of Turn of the Screw embark on a UK tour, starring Carli Norris (Pygmalion, Albery Theatre; EastEnders, BBC; Hollyoaks, Channel 4) and Maggie McCarthy (Children of the Sun, Cocktail Sticks and Mother Clap's Molly House, National Theatre; Doctors, BBC; Call the Midwife, BBC/Neal Street Productions; Attack the Block, Film 4; Calendar Girls, Touchstone Pictures). This thrilling production of Henry James' much-loved classic ghost story is faithful to the original and captures its much-celebrated ambiguity. (more...)