Theatre and Film Reviews

 

tumblr_ms92xpZpSg1s5dht4o1_500Summer Day’s Dream

Finborough Theatre, Director: Alex Marker (2013)

“there is strong support, in Alex Marker’s production, from Lisa Armytage as Dawlish senior’s daughter-in-law”
THE GUARDIAN
10th September 2013
Michael Billington
****(FOUR STARS)

“But it’s Lisa Armytage as the middle generation whose performance stands out among the home team. Incorporating Margaret’s mystic edge, which touches on Priestley’s ideas on time, Armytage grounds other-worldliness within a firm everyday reality.”
REVIEWSGATE
15th September 2013
Timothy Ramsden

“Lisa Armytage gives a strong performance as the hard working mystic Margaret”
UK THEATRE NETWORK
10th September 2013
Carolin Kopplin


No Expense Spared

Jermyn Street Theatre, London, Director: James Robert Carson (2010)

“The sterling cast is generally known to TV, stage and screen – and, in the performance of the evening for me – Lisa Armytage as Barrett, housekeeper and harbinger of secrets.”
BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE
2010
Anita Butler


The Outside – Glaspell Shorts

Orange Tree Theatre Company, Director: Svetlana Dimcovic (2008)

“good performances by Lisa Armytage and Katie McGuinness”
THE GUARDIAN
2008
Michael Billington
***  (THREE STARS)


The Sutton Hoo Mob

Eastern Angles Theatre Company, Director: Ivan Cutting (2006)

TSWMM“For the Neighbours fans among you, the former resident of Ramsay Street is Lisa Armytage. Unrecognisable from her role in the Aussie soap as Dr Beverly Marshall, she’s great as Mrs Pretty, whose, story, and the way she deals with her husband’s death in particular, comes shining through.”
BBC (ONLINE)
2006
Kate Arkell


coolchange_posterCool Change

Australian Feature Film

Director: George Miller, Producer: Geoff Burrows, Music Score: Bruce Rowland (1986)
Starring Jon Blake, Lisa Armytage, Deborra-Lee Furness

“Beautifully shot, this forgotten gem is worth watching on a lazy winter afternoon”
IMDB REVIEW