Theatre Updates

In Rehearsals:


Geraldine Alexander returns to The National Theatre in a revival of Eugene O’Neils Strange Interlude with Simon Godwin directing.  Sara Powell will be appearing in Disgraced at The Bush Theatre, a new play by Ayaad Aktar which premiered at The Lincoln Centre, New York and now comes to London with Nadia Fall directing. Daniel Rabin takes on the title role in Oedipus which Steven Berkoff directs for The Spoleto Festival whilst Colm Gormley joins the company of Dancing At Lughnasa with Richard Beecham directing for Northampton and Oxford.  Jess Murphy and Molly Logan, meanwhile,  start rehearsals for The Globe season where they will be performing in Macbeth & Lightning Child and A Midsummer Night’s Dream & Blue Stockings respectively.


The Winslow Boy at The Old Vic with Richard Teverson has opened to wonderful reviews. Cocktail Sticks featuring Derek Hutchinson has also received high praise for its West End transfer.  The Low Road has premiered at The Royal Court with Natasha Gordon part of a brilliant ensemble in Dominic Cooke’s ambitious production. Next up, Children of the Sun (Stephen Wilson) and Othello (Scott Karim) both April openings at The National.

Theatre News:

Please watch out for the following EBA clients who will be on stage during the summer.

The Fairy Queen at Glyndebourne

Richard Teverson returns to The National in Nadia Falls’ directorial debut The Doctor’s Dilemma. William Mannering will be playing Touchstone in The Globe’s touring production of As You Like It, directed by James Dacre. Roger Sloman will be back at Glyndebourne in Jonathan Kent’s revival of The Fairy Queen and Daniel Rabin plays John in Chichester’s new staging of Blue Remembered Hills as part of their 50th. Ferdy Roberts will be taking Filter’s innovative new staging of A Midsummer Night’s Dream to The Royal Exchange , Manchester 5 July – 4 August whilst Colm Gormley will be playing Albany in the RSC’s touring production of King Lear which Tim Crouch is directing.