Donald Stewart

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Reviews (3)
Fringe Review (UK)

for a previous production "We cannot ignore this tale and it is a legacy we ought to be sharing with our children...With a polished and accomplished performance from Marriott as Mengele, Zadow as Azra’il is given the opportunity to grow and take scenes, sharing and commanding the stage when required...'Mengele' served to remind me of the lessons of the past and how ignorant some people are in trying to avoid them for their and our futures. It scared me...Such is the power of good theatre done well." Full Review

Fringe Review (UK)

for a previous production "Both actors go at this with the vitality of the young and it is not the worse for it. They have the characters in their heads and what we see onstage is both believable and visceral…The ending is particularly brutal and very surprising…It saves a script that I felt at times was a little lacking in depth but the overall punch it packs makes up for that – perhaps it needs a little more in the rehearsal room." Full Review

Fringe Review (UK)

for a previous production "This is a superior performance piece that is built slowly and, though it may be predictable, the way you are engaged throughout draws you into the piece...The direction has an assured quality which allows you to feel that this has authenticity and the desire to both educate and entertain...The performance is simply astonishing and astounding and led me to pick up a dictionary to look under superlatives." Full Review