The Actors’ Workshop is proud to present a masterclass and studio showings of Starving Artists’ LET ME LOOK AT YOU, written by Godrey Hamilton, directed by David Precott and performed by Mark Pinkosh.
Starving Artists, the acclaimed internationally touring company founded by American actor Mark Pinkosh and British writer Godfrey Hamilton, is lauded as “one of today’s most exciting theatrical partnerships” – London Evening Standard.
Here’s how The Stage describes Let Me Look At You: “This year marks the 50th anniversary of the de-criminalisation of homosexuality. Godfrey Hamilton’s new one-man play takes stock of the changes in the LGBT+ landscape since then. When the storyteller spies a good-looking man on the streets of Soho, it initiates a chain of thought on the turbulent history of gay rights and points out that the struggle is far from over.
“Mark Pinkosh, a previous recipient of The Stage Award at Edinburgh, peppers this history with personal testimony about his own emerging sexuality and the perceptions of his friends and family. He is an intimate and engaging performer who has that knack of appearing to chat directly to you. His eyes mist over in memory of past loves and ignite in fury at the injustices of the past and present and there’s never a moment that seems forced or insincere.”
Studio Showings Friday 16th and Saturday 17th February at 7.30pm
Masterclass Saturday 17th February 2.00pm to 5.00pm
Students/Equity/Members of The Actors’ Workshop £25, All Others £35