Midsummer Night's Dream
"She could learn from
the mellowness that Amy Rockson gives the same
While this Dream may lack
Judi Dench as its Titania, its amply imbued
with that Dames commanding poise and confidence.
As Theseus says, Very notably discharged.
"This is a Dream that
is wistful and sexy, with a wild pagan heart beating
beneath its formal exterior. The major players
are spot-on in an evening genuinely touched by
"Amy Rockson is regally
sexy as Hippolyta and Titania" The
" Among a committed
cast, Amy Rockson shines as a feisty Titania although,
as always with SATTF, it is all about ensemble
playing rather than star turns." The
British Theatre Guide
once said he had never seen a bad production of
the Dream, but equally had never seen a perfect
one. This sparkling offering helps tip the balance
towards the latter." The
School for Scandal
"The great accomplishment
of this company is that they make Sheridan's text
their own, sounding fresh minted and fluently
British Theatre Guide
"Lady Sneerwell is
a villain in the old sense, a kind of Iago-lite...
and Amy Rockson relishes the duplicitousness and
makes such an impression in the opening scene
that like a thought in the back of the mind, her
presence is felt despite her absence for much
of the production." The
portrayed his ghostly first wife Elvira
with a mixture of mischief and femme fatale,
playing with Ruths feelings like
a cat plays with a mouse, and thoroughly
relishing her power." Pocklington
Post & Beverley Guardian
trouble and cocktails in equal measure,
only Charles can see, hear and engage
in spiky conversation with agent provocateur
Elvira: a devilishly clever comic device
by Coward that Cruden and his cast relish,
especially Rockson's scorpion Elvira."
Elvira adds the ethereal quality the play
needs. Resplendent in her ghostly gown,
she swaggers seductively around the stage,
clearly enjoying the havoc she is causing."
are terrific, notably Rockson, who manages
to be convincingly tormenting, flattering
and insecure as the high-maintenance apparition
that is Elvira." The
If I Should
excellent performance ...confirms the
suspicion that the company is handling
material well within (if not beneath)
its capabilities." Time Out.
"...icy cool Guide - played beautifully
by Amy Rockson." Hammersmith Chronicle.
"a real sense of the women's world
within the political and the royal, rare
in the Shakespearean canon." Evening
cast is triumphant and works with energy
and conviction." What's On.
two-hour political thriller set in a world
of television news and media manipulation."
Rise of Arturo Ui
"It's a highly entertaining, slick
debunking - of both Hitler and Shakespeare's
histories". Time Out.