Directing/Producing / Reviews / When All the Crowds Have Gone [2010]

When All the Crowds Have Gone (****) [published on fringeguru.com]

BY CATHERINE MEEK Lucy Nordberg’s play belies expectation.  I was unsure whether this tale, of self-made mogul John differing with his biographer on the theme of his life story, would be sufficient to capture my attention.  Surely a conflict between biographer and subject is what everyone expects?  However, the familiar themes of sibling rivalry and … Continue reading

Directing/Producing / Reviews / When All the Crowds Have Gone [2010]

Preview: When All the Crowds Have Gone [published on fringeguru.com]

BY RICHARD STAMP Billed by its creators as a Great Gatsby for today, When All The Crowds Have Gone sets the age-old tribulations of family relations against a backdrop of the modern world. A brand-new but classically-formed play, we’ve picked this one out thanks to its promising pairing of a proven writer with an ambitious … Continue reading