✭✭✭✭ ”Director Adam Dattis confidently guides George through a number of characters, with Lucy’s first online encounter with her new role-playing friends a particular triumph”.
“The stage was shared by four very capable actors (Rob Leech, Pete Maxey, Jack McMahon, Lauren O’Brien) though centred on the drivelling monologue of a jobbing actor, his back to the audience. His overwhelming self-obsession with the futility of life became dangerously contagious, triggering increasingly black comedy. This change in humour was handled masterfully by writer Jack George and by director Adam Dattis”
“The produciton itself was creatively staged throughout...” “I found Madwomen a complex, creative and challenging evening’s entertainment which provided a fresh look at the work of four important female writers, whilst questioning how ‘madness’ can truly be defined”4 stars out of 5 ✭✭✭✭
“...the play is polished and passionate throughout...” “The final 15 minutes were by far the most stylised, providing a mostly satisfactory end to the narrative and a visually brilliant conclusion”
“Not only does it [Madwomen] explore fascinating people and ideas, but it tells their stories in unconventional ways that have been replaying in my head since I saw it.”
“Credit to director Adam Dattis for taking a rather confusing play and making it watchable...we were transfixed by the action on stage.”