Reviews

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“…. Simon Morgan takes on a trio of roles with aplomb: the successful and enterprising merchant Alderman Fitzwarren, his rugged sea-dog brother Captain Horatio Fitzwarren and the fey, childish Emperor of Morocco, a tantrum-prone tyrant who can’t say his ‘r’s. A gifted classical actor, Morgan makes a nice transition to panto, exuding energy throughout, throwing tasteful irony into his comic moments, and singing with panache.”

~ DICK WHITTINGTON review, Charlotte Valori

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“Simon Michael – Morgan fills the role of Alderman Fitzwarren with all his professional experience and expertise.”

~ DICK WHITTINGTON review, Terry Reeve, Bungay Journal

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“… Simon Michael-Morgan is superbly intense as Parkins… the immaculate dramatic control of Michael-Morgan as Parkins… holds our attention effortlessly from first to last… the consistent power of Michael-Morgan’s contributions ultimately keeps the evening dramatically centred….”

~ GHOST STORIES review, Charlotte Valori,

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“… It’s Tom’s (Simon Morgan) 31st birthday – but it’s not a cause for celebration as far as he is concerned in his supervised care home where he is receiving treatment for some kind of breakdown, beautifully exemplified by Simon’s monosyllabic responses, visible annoyance and OCD reactions.”

  ~ What We Are Now review, Mike Elliston, playwright.

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” I was moved by the compassionate portrayal of the character of Thomas by Simon Michael Morgan that allowed the audience to blend tragedy with humour”

~ What We Are Now review, Hayley Evenett, Red Duck Productions.

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“…For me the stand out play was “What We Are Now” by Natalie Baker. Simon Michael Morgan gave such an assured and convincing performance and I was immersed in his situation…”

~  What We Are Now, Shirley Jones, audience member.

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“…the play really came alive with the appearance of the titular character played by Simon Morgan”

 ~ Remember Rumplestiltskin, Edinburgh Fringe, The List

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Simon Michael Morgan goes to town as Rupert, the master of unleashed histrionics”

~ Kindly Leave The Stage, National Tour, What’s On Stage Review

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In the lead role, Simon Michael Morgan brought an energy and assurance to his performance. He cracked out his dialogue with pace and confidence.”

~ Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol, Regional Tour, Hawthorne Theatre Review

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“Simon Michael – Morgan was by far the strongest thing about this play…he played each of his characters with ease”

~ Much Ado About Nothing, Open Air Tour, British Theatre Guide

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“…Simon Michael – Morgan adds poignant humanity to the pragmatist lucidly arguing his niece from defiance and death.”

Antigone and Leocadia, Woodley Theatre, William Campbell Review

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“…the clergyman (Simon Michael – Morgan) so unbelievably righteous that if he knocked on my door I’d have probably let him in for tea!”

~ Two Hearts, audience review, Trip Advisor