Reviews


 

“With an impressive use of multimedia and a strong all-female cast delivering witty lines, Who Does She Think She Is? captures the fickleness of females and the trials we often face when trying to fit in.”
Isling Murphy, SnipeLondon on Who Does She Think She Is

“A very neat and concise piece of theatre…”
Isling Murphy, SnipeLondon on Who Does She Think She Is

“I’ve decided to steal Robert’s ability to meddle with the absurd…”
Tessa Ditner, Alternative Fringe Reviews on Better Than Sex – The musical

“All is set for a very funny evening.”
– Howard Loxton, The British Theatre Guide on Better Than Sex – The Musical

“…the show does have originality on its side and a big, beating heart thanks to an enthusiastic six-strong cast”
Jonathan Lovett, The Stage on Better Than Sex – The Musical

“The whole thing was more than a little bit Rocky Horror, but infinitely sexier… All in all, a ridiculous romp.”
Stu Hurford, PinkPaper on Better Than Sex – The Musical

“The result is bold, madcap chaos, as if a GCSE history teacher, undergoing a nervous breakdown, was giving the final lesson of his life. Original, impossible to forget and almost too ridiculous to recommend, this is one of the most bamboozling nights we’ve ever spent at the theatre.”
– BOYZ Magazine on Better Than Sex – The Musical

“Robert B Suda’s barmy camp musical was first performed in Hungary last year and is now brought to licentious life on the London stage for our bemusement.”
Jonathan Lovett, The Stage on Better Than Sex – The Musical

“*****” ; “Expect the unexpected, leave some prejudices behind and you’ll have a rewarding eighty minutes.”
Richard Langton, Chiswick Times on Beyond Flesh and Blood

“Julie’ll rock you!”
KultutPart, V.M.R.on MoNOporno, or Miss Julie

“The ending praises the prodigious talent of Robert B Suda. Even after the many twists and turns it surprises the audience, whose attention is not let to wander for a second.”
Regina Fekete, Antropos on MoNOporno, or Miss Julie [trans]

“The  greatest feat of the FISZ award-winner director—who has staged contemporary plays and mainstream musicals—that he was able to integrate the exciting, unruly personality of the rock-star, Miss Pasztor and the songs of her band into the texture of the show. The projected road-movie scenes on the white canvases of the set, the video installations and the elements of virtual reality are the imprints of a mind-blowing madness which not only delivers deeply multi-layered meaning but also gives a mainstream style to the whole show.”
KultutPart, V.M.R. on MoNOporno, or Miss Julie [trans]

“Suda has staged a disco-era Greek Tragedy in the Belvarosi Theatre… and has this ground-breaking twentieth-century antique tragedy played in a most pleasing manner.”
Tamas Tarjan, Nepszava on CoverShow – The Musical [trans]

 

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