in Film & TV
RADA production, London 2009
Director: William Gaskill
Composer: Gary Yershon
directed by Dominic Cooke RSC March 2006 “Arthur Miller’s The Crucible has long been mistaken for one-dimensional allegory. It’s true Miller used the hysteria, public piety and private lies of the 1690s Salem witch trials to dramatize the horrors of McCarthyism, but the play is far more than simplistic parallel. Prescient political thriller? Courtroom chiller? Adulterous love […].../ ➝
by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
A woman is taken to the country by her husband in order to cure her of an unnamed illness after the birth of a child. Instructed to have total rest and emptiness of mind, the woman sinks into deep depression. Alone in the yellow-wallpapered nursery of a rented house, she descends into madness.
John Keats’s atmospheric poem telling the story of the lovers Porphyro and Madeline and their secret meeting on St Agnes’s Eve.
with Samuel West, Daniel Evans, Zoe Henry, and Ann Rye.
music composed by Gary Yershon, played by Jacon Heringman (lute) and Catherine Greenwood (flute).
produced and directed by Susan Roberts.
BBC Radio 4