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A Midsummer Night's Dream



'The cast were wonderful, with particular commendations to Helena, played with a perfect mix of humorous exasperation and emotional intensity by Ewa Jenson' Sarah Jeffcote, One Stop Arts, 2012


'Of the attractive foursome, Ewa Jenson’s earthy Helena is particularly appealing – strongly-defined, warm and with a fine line in withering put-downs.' Entertainment Focus, Greg Jameson, 2012


'Another performer that stands out in this youthful company is Ewa Jenson’s Helena, who moves seamlessly from stomping around the stage like a lovesick puppy after a reluctant Demetrius to being furious when she believes that the two suitors are mocking her.' Ruby-Isla Cera-Marle, A Younger Theatre, 2012


'A particularly fine moment for Jenson is her argument with Hermia, where her delivery of catty comments about Hermia’s small stature would not sound out of place in a soap opera brawl.' Ruby-Isla Cera-Marle, A Younger Theatre, 2012


The focus is on the lovers and their scenes are delightful. The cast was exceptionally good... Julie Gilby, Ewa Jenson, Stuart Mortimer, and Joseph Tweedale are outstanding as the young lovers.' Carolin Kopplin, UK Theatre Network, 2012


'The four lovers are brought to life. Hermia, Helena (Ewa Jenson) Demetrius and Lysander are all compelling, and their climax - a superb nod to Shakespeare's links to theatre-in-the-round - is very satisfying indeed.' Views from the Gods, 2012


The four lovers worked beautifully together, particularly in the fight scene which is well choreographed and slickly executed.' Laura Buckley, What's Peen Seen? 2012

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