The depths of sexuality and sexual attraction are here for the asking in this musical fantasy suggested by Arthur Schnitzler’s La Ronde. HELLO AGAIN criss-crosses beds and jumps from decade to decade, intimately examining the painful secrets that drive characters into each other’s arms and towards the bruising effects of reckless passion. With a score that saturates the mind, HELLO AGAIN has an unforgettable, dreamlike quality—and all the luxuriance of an insistent seduction.
I developed a great amount of respect for the multi-rolling cast of this production, which was reduced to five… all of whom played two characters each.
~Leto Dietrich, Everything Theatre
A youthful Joshua LeClair slips easily into the role of the College Boy and Young Thing, while performing a nice sideline in triple harmony… for the Andrews Sisters pastiche ‘Zei Gezent’. Western and LeClair negotiate the horror and humour of ‘Listen to The Music’ with spellbinding intensity.
~Paul Vale, Musical Theatre Review
The cast is superb. Adam Colbeck-Dunn’s Writer, Isabella Messarra’s Nurse, Joshua LeClair’s Young Thing, Thea Jo Wolfe’s Whore and Miles Western’s Husband are particular highlights.
~Richard Kindermann, West End Wilma
Joshua Leclair’s instant switch from third class Titanic passenger to 70s gay clubber is wryly done.
~Ian Foster, There Ought To Be Clowns
The excellent cast comprises just five actors, each of whom takes on the role of two characters. Particularly stellar performances are from Miles Western as the Husband, Thea Jo Wolfe as the Whore and Joshua LeClair as the Young Thing.
~Elizabeth Gear, The Camden Review
This revival is perfectly cast and a delightful success, and it’s great to be able to say ‘hello again’ to Hello Again.
~Chris Omaweng, LondonTheatre1