Francesca Duke reviews August Strindberg’s heady existentialist drama, and takes a closer look at whether its reimagined setting is entirely successful.
A ‘Revitalising Adaptation’ – Jigyasa Anand reviews ‘Uncle Vanya’, highlighting the impressive feat achieved in it’s cast and staging.
Gregor Roach reviews ‘The Dancing Men’, calling it a “refreshing and ingenious take on virtual drama”.
Grace Olusola explores how her relationship with musical theatre has changed over the years, and the influence of Hamilton on opening up the theatre to new audiences.
Helena Aeberli reviews The Trinity Player’s ‘And the Walls Spoke’.
James Newbery reviews the original show Simulacrum created by Riana Modi and Helena Aerbli.
Ana Pagu looks back on the projects she had to cancel due to the virus, and explores the impact of this loss within Oxford drama and theatre on a large scale.
Behind the scenes with the cast and crew of ‘And then the walls spoke’, a new production highlighting women’s theatrical voices.
Sarah Lewis reviews student written radio play, V-Card.
Helena Aeberli and Riana Modi explore the impact of lockdown on their planned Trinity term show, and how they are adapting to a new form of theatre with their upcoming show “Simulacrum”.