REVIEW OF GHOSTS BY HENRIK IBSEN REVIEW AVAILABLE ON WEEKEND NOTES

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The shows put on by independent theatre company The Curators won’t be for everyone but I think they may have made their most interesting production yet. I was on assignment last Saturday for Weekend Notes to review Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen and adapted by Michael Beh at the St Barnabas Parish in Red Hill. I certainly feel very fortunate to have seen the latest show from The Curators after covering their first production Uncle Vanya in 2017 and The Third Beauty in 2018 for Scenestr magazine. I also got to interview co-founder, director and designer Michael Beh ahead of the Uncle Vanya run.

You can read my review here https://www.weekendnotes.com/ghosts-henrik-ibsen-the-curators/

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4 thoughts on “REVIEW OF GHOSTS BY HENRIK IBSEN REVIEW AVAILABLE ON WEEKEND NOTES

  1. Ibsen is an interesting choice, as his work can be ‘challenging’, even in ideal circumstances. But it seems from your review that they managed to make their unusual adaptation work.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I agree with Pete. Your review sounds like they made Ibsen work. It’s hard to do because the man never believed in giving his audiences any comedy relief, except in his Peer Gynt.

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