Previous Praise for the 2018 Cast & Crew:
"Excellent direction by Anastasia Bruce-Jones enabled a clear distinction between both physical and temporal spaces."
"Jonathan Ben-Shaul's movement sequences... brilliantly transcend spatiotemporal boundary"
"Beth Hindhaugh is immediately sharp... setting the tone for a night of consistently strong female characters."
"Special mention must go to Rachel Kitts as the often disbelieved prophet Cassandra who clearly articulated her sad fate with great feeling."
"Milo's delivery is polished and his comic timing is brilliant... What's more, he can't half ride a unicycle."
"Louis Norris gave the dramatic performance of the evening... and won second best editor of the month at the 12 Months Film Festival (Cluj-Napoca, Romania)."
"Witty. Slick. Inspired. This production brings some of Cambridge’s finest theatrical talent together on one stage."
"A truly spectacular performance...as close to perfect as any ADC production I have ever seen...one of the best pieces of drama on all year."
"An astonishingly innovative and energetic performance that keeps the audience hooked."
"Well-crafted for any audience, on either side of the pond...impressively visual performances, which aid in making the language accessible to audiences of all experience levels."
"A must-see for fans...prepared for months, this production is polished and perfected."
"Under the directorship of Kennedy Bloomer, 9 cast members delivered Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ in Ely Cathedral on Thursday night, revelling in the frolics and trickery with tremendous enthusiasm and energy."
"The production is clever, energetic and, unlike many versions of Shakespeare’s comedies, hilarious."
"A triumph, with the cast and creatives showing real promise."
"Polished and confident"
"great attention to detail and consistency"