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Rosemary Waugh

Rosemary Waugh

Biography

Rosemary is a freelance writer and theatre reviewer

Recent Articles

One More Edit

One More Edit

Collection of short dance films from Bristol Old Vic Digital Stage features work from Karni and Saul, and Marisa Zanotti and Lea Anderson
Outside

Outside

Excellent actors lend weight to a slightly flimsy set of three new plays at Orange Tree Theatre in London
How English National Opera is helping people with long Covid to manage their breathing

How English National Opera is helping people with long Covid to manage their breathing

The ENO Breathe programme is helping long-Covid sufferers to manage their breathing using singing techniques. Singers, doctors and participants explain how it works and why it is giving them a new appreciation for music
Inside

Inside

Droplets of friendship in a desert of loneliness characterise this triple-bill of new works, directed by Anna Himali Howard, live-streamed from the Orange Tree Theatre’s empty auditorium
Is Now a Good Time?

Is Now a Good Time?

Gentle and friendly phone call theatre from Out of Chaos reminds you of the loveliness of awkward social interactions
Treason the Musical

Treason the Musical

Concert performance of new musical about the Gunpowder Plot feels like little more than a history lesson – albeit an entertaining and well-performed one
Grimm Tales for Fragile Times and Broken People

Grimm Tales for Fragile Times and Broken People

Creation Theatre’s higgledy-piggledy retelling of the Grimms’ fairytales is an impressive use of Zoom, but lacks a clear concept
Crips Without Constraints Part 2

Crips Without Constraints Part 2

Graeae’s moving series of short films examining the hurt and healing of human relationships
Lessingtage 2021

Lessingtage 2021

Hamburg’s Thalia Theater and Stockholm’s Dramaten present an online festival that offers a tantalising reminder of the joy of seeing theatre from across Europe
Invisible Summer

Invisible Summer

Eve Leigh’s scrappy but deeply personal email project for London Royal Court, Invisible Summer, reimagines what theatre can be
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