Reviews of King John at Temple Church

There haven’t been many reviews of the production of King John at Temple Church, but the ones that did come out were very positive about Alex’s performance.

Quentin Letts in the Daily Mail gave the production four stars and said:

“Alex Waldmann is on swashbuckling form as the Bastard, the play’s opportunistic cynic.”

Read the Review here:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3042908/This-memorable-Shakespeare-production-yank-King-John-fashion-writes-QUENTIN-LETTS.html

Michael Coveney on What’s On Stage said:

“I had a poor pew in Temple to experience the raised cruciform/ traverse staging in the nave, but not too poor to marvel at Orlando Gough’s wonderful music, or to appreciate the rich and intelligently inflected performances of RSC leading men Jo Stone-Fewings and Alex Waldmann as the King and the Bastard Faulconbridge […]”

and goes on to say that:

“Waldman [sic], too, transforms the character’s villainy into comic and appealing complexity.”

Read the Review here:

http://www.whatsonstage.com/london-theatre/reviews/king-john-derngate-globe-dacre-review_37616.html

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