Review of Troilus and Cressida, The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, until 17th November: The Stratford upon Avon Herald.

Review of Troilus and Cressida, The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, until 17th November: The Stratford upon Avon Herald by Gill Sutherland Most people aren’t that bothered about Troilus and Cressida, a quick Google search finds it consistently ranked as one of the least rated of Shakespeare plays in popularity polls on the internet – 32nd out of 37 on the YouGov … Read More

Troilus and Cressida, RSC, Stratford – review with pictures: Express & Star

Troilus and Cressida, RSC, Stratford – review with pictures: Express & Star by Marion Brennan (Photo by Helen Maybanks.) So director Greg Doran’s ‘gender-neutral’ staging of Troilus and Cressida is a nice ‘up yours’ to the Elizabethans who banned women from the stage, albeit 400 years on. The biggest traditionally male roles given to women here are those of the … Read More

TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Review: Broadway World UK.

BWW Review: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, Royal Shakespeare Theatre by Louis Train Troilus and Cressida begins with a thunder of drums that knocks the programme out of your hands. The Trojan War, nearly at its end, has claimed thousands of lives; generals strategise, heroes exercise, and in the midst of it all, the Trojan prince Troilus (Gavin Fowler) has fallen for … Read More