Britishtheatre.com has praised the 'tremendous' and 'exquisite' acting in 'Good' which opened at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London's West End in early October.
The play, directed by Dominic Cook and written by J. P. Taylor, stars David Tennant and Sharon Small who plays Helen as well as all the major female roles in the play. "Sharon Small is outstanding playing all the major female roles, particularly snapping effectively from wife to confused mother" says Britishtheatre.com whilst Time Out rates the play as 4 stars and says the play "still has the power to chill you to the bone" and praises Sharon Small who perfoms "splendidly".
The Stage says "Small brings detail and poignance" to her roles whilst The Reviews Hub praises her versatility saying, "Small has to be Halder’s mother, wife, and mistress. Despite moving from character to character in split seconds, the audience is never in doubt to who she is playing".
The Guardian too gives the play 4 stars, saying that the "intrigue, intellect and fine acting" keeps the audience "rapt" whilst the Financial Times rates it 5 stars calling it "bracing, riveting, galvanising".
'Good' is at the West End's Harold Pinter Theatre until 24th December. Buy tickets here.
Scottish actress Sharon Small is best known for starring roles in 'Trust Me', 'Born to Kill', 'Mistresses' and the 'Inspector Lynley Mysteries'. She is available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents. Click her image for her profile page and voiceover showreel.