Gallery – Directing

The Golden Age, by Louis Nowra

“The cast are excellent, the music, sound and lighting unfaultable”        Scotland on Sunday

“..the company’s integrity and careful preparation shine through … superb physical and spoken acting”   The Scotsman

“ one of the most absorbing, moving and uplifting theatrical experiences of the year… “   Cumbernauld News & Chronicle

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The Promise, by Alexei Arbuzov

“a haunting quality piece of theatre”       St Andrews Citizen

“Very much an ensemble piece … deserved better than the small audience which turned out” Perth Courier

Iphigenia in Tauris by Goethe

“ .. phenomenal skills of the cast and the lucid precision of the direction.. without the clutter of props and machines to distract from the poetry of the drama and the dynamics of the characters’ emotions”    The List

“tightly paced direction, a pared-down set, eerily effective lighting and music..” The Herald

The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (Alan Sillitoe) adapted by Steven Jamieson and Paul Brennan

“Superbly executed… performed with wit and raw energy”   The Independent

“… highly charged and compelling performance”       The Scotsman

“powerful and poetic script, stark staging and talented commitments… “  Dundee Courrier

“…quality production…poetry in motion”       Edinburgh Evening News

“Minimally yet imaginatively staged and confidently performed … a funny, furious and passionate piece of drama”        The List

Pericles by William Shakespeare

“audience left shocked to realise Shakespeare could be this good … enthralling ..nifty choreography… excellent acting ..action packed show – I loved it”     Edinburgh Evening News

“…small space proves no restriction to Golden Age Theatre’s robust energy… they outreach their immediate environment to create a visually charged wider world… strength of the performances, tightly choreographed scenes, highly efficient lighting, striking use of music with a haunting score… truly absorbing”      The Herald