thu 25/07/2024

Matt Wolf

Matt Wolf's picture
Bio
Matt is London theatre critic of The International New York Times (formerly The International Herald Tribune) and London correspondent for the broadway.com website; he spent 21 years as London arts and theatre critic for the Associated Press and over 13 years as Variety's UK drama critic. He has been on the judging panel of the Evening Standard Theatre Awards since 2009.

Articles By Matt Wolf

Romeo and Juliet, RSC/Roundhouse

Read more...

Alan Bennett and The Habit of Art, More4

Read more...

The Glass Menagerie, Young Vic Theatre

Read more...

Another Year

Read more...

The Kids Are All Right

Read more...

When We Are Married, Garrick Theatre

Read more...

Onassis, Novello Theatre

Read more...

The Company Man, Orange Tree Theatre

Read more...

Or You Could Kiss Me, National Theatre

Read more...

A Number, Menier Chocolate Factory

Read more...

The Big Fellah, Lyric Hammersmith

Read more...

Krapp's Last Tape, Duchess Theatre

Read more...

Passion, Donmar Warehouse

Read more...

Cyrus

Read more...

The Thunderbolt, Orange Tree Theatre

Read more...

Dinner for Schmucks

Read more...

Pages

latest in today

About Dry Grasses review - warts and all portrait of an unha...

Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s latest is a test of stamina: a 3hr 15min study of a man paralysed...

Album: 137 - Strangeness Oscillations

Something of a jazz supergroup this one: with drum virtuoso, the...

Prom 6, Verdi's Requiem, BBCNOW, Bancroft review - runn...

Returning after ten months to the unique vasts of Albert’s colosseum, especially for a Verdi Requiem as powerful as this and a packed hall, felt...

10 Questions for DJ-producer Dave Clarke

Dave Clarke (b. 1968) is, arguably, Britain’s greatest techno...

The Butterfly House, Clonter Opera review - Puccini in biogr...

For 50 years Clonter Opera, the song-on-the-farm project in rural Cheshire, has been encouraging would-be...

Album: The Very Things GXL - Mr Arc-Eye (Under a Cellophane...

Back in the mid-80s, a group of lads from Worcestershire, who’d previously been known as the Cravats, were putting an exceedingly strange spin on...

Prom 5, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Bancroft review - a...

This looked like a classic Prom in the grand old BBC tradition: two big but lesser-known pieces by pivotal figures (Schoenberg and Zemlinsky)...

Madeleine Peyroux, Barbican review - a transport of delight

You can take the woman out of the Left Bank, but you can’t take the Left Bank out of the woman. Madeleine Peyroux would be perfectly at home in a...

Red Speedo, Orange Tree Theatre review - two versions of Ame...

Before Lucas Hnath wrote Red Speedo, he had heard a 2004 speech at a hearing investigating baseball doping that declared the...

Album: Kevin Fowley - À Feu Doux

“Ne pleure pas, Jeannette” is a version of the 15th-century French song "La pernette se lève." It tells the story of Jeannette, whose parents want...