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Sunday, 28 March 2010
a review extract
LIFE OF GALILEO by Bertolt Brecht
"... The actors, one and all, are superb. The bravest of the brave, they walk amongst audience members with a confidence... This confidence includes coping immaculately with Brecht's actor-torturing text... the direction and use of every nook and cranny in St. James demonstrates what can be done when you take away theatrical conventions. The Jersey Arts Centre youtheatre has again challenged a play and a playwright that most theatre companies wouldn't touch, and succeeded... It is a production that demands your attention and holds it from start to finish. If you want to be part of something unique, go."
Julie Park | Jersey Evening Post | Friday 26 March 2010