Reviews: 2011 and before

Rope (Almeida)

Michael Billington in The Guardian said, “Alex Waldmann is plausible as his hysterical accomplice […]”  Read the Review.

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Sarah Hemming notes in the Financial Times:
“Blake Ritson, too, is excellent as Brandon. Suave, pale and glittery eyed, he has a disturbing energy about him, and is well complemented by Alex Waldmann’s flushed, flustered Granillo.” Read the Review.

Troilus and Cressida (Cheek by Jowl, Barbican)

In his four star review, Michael Billington said, ‘Alex Waldmann and Lucy Briggs-Owen highlight the callow vulnerability of the ill-fated lovers’. From The Guardian, Saturday 31st May 2008.

Romeo and Juliet (Birmingham Rep)

Plays International reported, “the inventive and charismatic Alex Waldmann excels as Benvolio.”

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