Theatre is Easy review of Twelve Nights

Twelve Nights has a strong script and a top-notch cast...As directed by Brian Gillespie, the cast flits in and out of roles at breakneck comic speed. There are clear clown and commedia influences in this production and the cast ably performs some rocking '80s tunes to great effect!...

Theatre in the Now's review of Virus Attacks Heart

Director Brian Gillespie used simplicity to his advantage. In his staging, the multi-locational play was suggested by pieces, including the clever removable lampshade turned IV drip bringing us from bedroom to hospital room. One of the most beautiful moments of the play was Beatrice’s bus monologue. Combined with Murdoch’s gorgeous...

nytheatre.com review of Wonder of the World

Pull Together Productions' rendition of Wonder of the World by David Lindsay-Abaire is a fun, entertaining piece of theatre...Director Brian Gillespie utilizes his stage very well. His use and reuse of different props and set pieces to fit into different scenes is innovative and heightens the comedy...Overall the...