In this engaging, amusing and participatory production, our much-loved Queen of the Night plays out events from her past, hosting nightly revels in an attempt to woo audiences off the path and back into the woods. A heady fusion of original music and vocal acrobatics, Titania is the Queen of the Faeries’ tale with an amplified twist.
Completely amazing ... Anna-Helena McLean’s Titania is exotic, delightful, and brilliant Peter Francis James Lecturer in Acting/Shakespeare at Yale School of Drama, USA
Electrifying! Titania is the most exciting adaptation of a Shakespearean play that I've ever seen. It had all the power and drama of a 20-person production, but it was as cool and charming as watching my favourite musician at a jazz club. Thom Pasculli, Director Links Hall in Chicago and VOX Theater
The voice teases with glimpses of character and text and invites us into a world that is mythical, playful and unearthly ... virtuoso performance. Emily Gray, Director at Trestle, UK
A magical hour – almost fairy time... jazz re-working of an old standard, where the melody lingers as a shadow... a surreal re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Dream... And it’s over all too soon – swifter than the wind, swifter than the wandering moon…
**** The Public Reviews
Slightly sinister and wholly elfish... the sounds are as haunting as the words and gestures.
A passion and depth that is rarely, if ever, uncovered in a full production of the Dream
Reconfiguring of Shakespeare plays like jazz variations, beautifully orchestrated
Very entertaining... dark, sexy piece ...
The Oxford Times
... work that whilst deeply rooted in the Polish influences named, is both innovative and authentically their own...
Dee Evans The Mercury, Colchester