Donald Hutera

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Reviews (10)
The Times (UK)

"What you’re likely to take away from this giddy, excessive and agreeably self-glorifying stage party is Gaultier’s wildly creative, knockout designs and his ebullient and liberating embrace of beauty and difference." Full Review

The Times (UK)

Given the contentious subject matter, it seems fitting that Omar Elerian’s production is a tumble of contradictions: sprawling yet intimate, digressive yet focused and, in terms of its tone, both acerbic and earnest. Despite the bagginess and didacticism there is still plenty to value here. Full Review

Anyone Can Whistle (London)
Elephant and Castle
The Times (UK)

The rarity factor is practically off the scale when it comes to this cartoonishly bright, buoyant revival of Stephen Sondheim’s early cult flop. It has been staged with emphatic flair by Georgie Rankcom... Full Review

The Times (UK)

Outwitting the Devil is undeniably powerful and even impressive, but in its earnestly ambitious attempt to fashion a bold take on the state of the world past, present and future it can also seem obscure, overblown and ultimately unrewarding. Full Review

The Times (UK)

for a previous production ...slick, bouncy and extravagant production is an ideal summertime confection... Artfully balanced between frivolity and titillation, the show’s mix of cabaret and catwalk is a lot of fun if also a mite self-indulgent.' Full Review

The Times (UK)

Cooper ... has delivered a string of anthemically inclined, drum-tight songs in true grrrl-power style.There is a story here, slight but serviceable. Aimed to entertain and inspire anyone of any age, this [is a] well-tooled feminist hit. Full Review

The Times (UK)

This tender, poignant and vitally populist show’s cumulative impact is potentially profound. It has the power to make you want to treat your fellow human beings, regardless of their skin tone, with greater kindness and respect. Full Review

The Times (UK)

Graham’s staging has been described as an attempt by her and an adept cast of ten to “reclaim” the play. What this entails is substantial cutting...Purists may object, but it works. Full Review

The Fishermen
West End
The Times (UK)

for a previous production This gripping two-hander from the East Midlands-based company New Perspectives is a great piece of theatrical storytelling....The actors are superb, diving between the portrayal of various characters...' Full Review

Water on Mars
Midtown W
The Times (UK)

for a previous production "A wondrously entertaining hour of juggling…’Water on Mars’ is full of fleet joy and unpretentious cool. This amazingly adept threesome makes juggling fun and refreshingly sexy…What comes across unmistakably is that these fellows know exactly what they’re doing. Their unflustered dexterity, speed and wit are simply dazzling…Nothing is off-limits to Plastic Boom, including loo rolls or bags of sweets. The net effect? Reckless, confident and completely uplifting." Full Review