Director

Dutchman

Reviews:

Remote Goat ***
'certainly director Nancy Medina has pulled off a great success blocking the movements of the actors well, working them smoothly both as a twosome and as individual characters and making good use of the simple but highly effective set design'


' a devilishly cunning play that holds these simmering racial tensions tightly reined in as its undercurrent and then masterfully controls their unleashing'


Arthur Duncan  ****
“a drama that deserves attention, empathy & introspection. This production will remain long in patrons minds, performed here with consummate dedication by all involved: the two memorable actors, Georgia Kerr, for her irresistibly sexy moves; Joseph Black for his strong but gentle nobility; LeRoi Jones, for the historic relevance of his dialogue and Nancy Medina for comprehending and presenting it so clearly.” 

dutchmantop

Brewery Theatre, Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

May 2014

 

Author: Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones)


Director: Nancy Medina
Designer: Max Johns
Lighting Designer: Flo Rose
Sound Designer: Elfin Porter Green
Stage Manager: Sam Little
Deputy Stage Manager: Alex Davnall


Cast:  Joseph Black, Georgia Kerr, Corey Montague-Sholay


Producer:  Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

Photos by Graham Burke.