It has been another busy week for Scott Marshall clients with press nights on both sides of the pond and some lovely reviews for all.

Julie Legrand, Christopher Ettridge & Tom Godwin in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

“It’s a quiet, still and enigmatic performance, buttressed by the comparative vivacity of Christopher Ettridge as the judge (and an illiterate farmer)…..Julie Legrand as the wildly eccentric Mrs Dubose in dark glasses” Michael Coveney, Whatsonstage.com

“…the supporting cast bring the characters in the town to exceptionally vivid life” Charles Spencer, The Telegraph

“The ensemble is very effective….” Demetrios Matheou, theartsdesk.com


Ross Anderson in THE HISTORY BOYS, The Crucible, Sheffield.

“It’s the boys who really lift this production up….a strong ensemble cast.” Natasha Tripney, The Stage.


Rachel Pickup in TWELFTH NIGHT, Folger Theatre, Washington DC

Olivia has always been a problematic character – she falls in love with feminine “boy” and is later his satisfied by his twin – but Pickup pushes through thorny dialogue with on-stage vulnerability. She’s articulate and beautiful.” Brightestyoungthings.com

“Richmond’s cast is superb. Pickup is deliciously dotty as the deceived Olivia.” Washingtonexaminer.com

“Richmond’s cast is stellar…the glacial, elegant Rachel Pickup as Olivia” Washingtonian.com

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