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PHOTOSHOOT
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RICHARD III
March - April 2014
Hiraeth Artistic Productions
Directed by Zoe Ford
Upstairs at the Gatehouse
Photos by Adam Trigg
DRACULA
June - September 2013
Heartbreak Productions
Directed by Peter Mimmack
Photos by Andre Guthrie & Jeremy Abrahams
SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL
April - May 2013
Turn of the Wheel Productions
Directed by Zoe Ford
Waterloo East Theatre
Photos by Adam Trigg
INDIGNITAS
March 2013
Short Film
Kibo Productions
Directed by Sharon Willems
Photos by Leonard Bacica & Veronica Mart
INDIGNITAS
January 2013
Kibo Productions; Little Pieces of Gold
Directed by Sharon Willems
Theatre 503
Photos by Leonard Bacica
ROMEO & JULIET
Jan - March 2013
Hiraeth Artistic Productions
Directed by Zoe Ford
Upstairs at the Gatehouse
Photos by Adam Trigg
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
July - August 2012
Shooting Stars Theatre Company
Directed by Helen Crosse
The RSC Dell and Touring
Photos by Nigel Markwick
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY
March - April 2012
Space Productions
Directed by Adam Hemming
The Space, Docklands
Photos by Bjarte Rettedal and Mari Westlake
THE WINTER'S TALE
December 2011
Titian Rep Theatre Company
Directed by Amber Elliot
The Space, Docklands
Photos by Richard Bowater and Matthew Vile
ROMEO & JULIET
August 2011
RSC Dell and Touring
Directed by Helen Crosse
The Space, Docklands
Photos by Nigel Markwick
MISS JULIE
July 2011
Tightlaced Theatre
Directed by Jennifer McGregor
Cockpit Theatre
Photos by Gemma Mount
AGAMEMNON
October 2010
Action to the Word Theatre Company
Directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones
Camden People's Theatre
Photos by John McGovern
OTHELLO
August 2010
Veni Vidi Theatre Company
Directed by Natalie-Anne Downs
Lauderdale House
Photos by Shaheen Razaaq and Kay Michaels
MERCHANT OF VENICE
April 2010
Action To The Word Theatre Company
Directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones
Camden People's Theatre
Photos by John McGovern & Damien Robertson
THE TIN SNAIL
January 2010
Short Film
Directed by Will Long
Shot in Paris & Normandy
Photos by Florent Brunel

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

Beatrice in RSC Dell And Touring's 'Much Ado About Nothing':
"Of course, for 'Much Ado...' particular weight is placed on the comedic power couple Beatrice and Benedick so it's lucky that Shooting Star have two such fine talents as Tabitha Becker-Kahn and Michael Totton...Becker-Kahn plows a perfect furrow as Beatrice, equal parts biting wit and touching vulnerability. The interplay between the two is superb and gives the play its heart."

Tom King, Broadway Baby - Read the Full Review Here
"'Shooting Stars’ production of Much Ado About Nothing is the best outdoor production I have seen in years... genuinely good, laugh-out-loud funny and easy to understand'... The standout performances were certainly those of Michael Totton (Benedick) and Tabitha Becker-Kahn (Beatrice), who battled like the best of couples'."

Fiona Drury, The Islington Gazette - Read the Full Review Here
"Director Helen Crosse has intuitively synthesised a young and talented cast, with a unique and atmospheric venue – the Lauderdale House Tea Lawn – to create a confident, inventive and engaging play... this is a charming and passionate performance. Where acting, venue and atmosphere come together, tremendous theatre does emerge – an exemplar in fringe theatre... The gentle jester-like Benedick (Michael Totton), and the witty and pugnacious Beatrice (Tabitha Becker-Kahn) imbue the play with strong leads, and uproarious laughter ensues when they are both tricked into believing each other’s genuine affection for one another."

Jonathan Brunton, The Upcoming Magazine - Read the Full Review Here
"Much Ado features a sprightly and hugely energetic cast of twelve who inject passion and zest into the work... Tabitha Becker-Kahn sets the standard as Beatrice and is great value, never flagging for a single moment. Beatrice is always a great role to play and here, Crosse has allowed Becker-Kahn the freedom to make the part her own, injecting a degree of enthusiasm that lifts the entire production. Her on-off partner, Michael Totton as the testosterone-laden, lifelong bachelor Benedick is a good match, their respective eavesdropping scenes being a highlight; the agile Totton uses the audience as good cover in an amusingly camp display and seems to be everywhere at once, while Becker-Kahn delights by borrowing hats and scarves to gain disguise."

Gareth Richardson, Bargain Theatre - Read the Full Review Here
"A rather impressive modern outdoor production... with a superbly talented cast... Michael Totton and Tabitha Becker-Kahn spark pleasantly as Benedick and Beatrice, using audience interaction effectively to explain their character arcs. Their interchanges are quick and biting and their monologues are fun - it's impressive work."

Chris Hislop, One Stop Arts - Click for Full Review
"Delightfully sure-footed Much Ado by Shooting Stars Theatre Company alfresco style. Exuberant cast never missed a beat."

The Camden New Journal - @New Journal
"Becker-Kahn was a sparky Beatrice, full of mischief in the early scenes and later demonstrating an impressive depth and range in her very real and genuinely moving depiction of grief at the slander, and heartbreak, of Hero."

Peter Coe, The Henley Standard - Click for Full Review
"What a strong performance by Tabitha Becker-Kahn, every gesture and word being well-timed, emphatic and delivered with commitment."

Blackmore Vale - Read the Full Review Here
Hampstead & Highgate Express - Full Review Here
The Hornsey Journal - Full Review Here
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