ZUZI FORT

http://www.weekendnotes.com/talking-to-terrorists-king-street-theatre-review/

by Trudencej

Zuzi Fort is enthralling as she switches between her roles as the frank and outspoken Mo Mowlam, to the belly-dancing girlfriend of the ex-British Ambassador and her character caught up in the conflicts in Lebanon. Her tale of witnessing a beheading is brutal and intense.

 http://www.theatrepeople.com.au/talking-to-terrorists/

By TIM GARRATT, JUNE 4, 2017

Zuzi Fort convinces and engages, particularly in taking on the role of an ex-Secretary of State and then the wife of another ex-Secretary of State.

Theatre – Talking with Terrorists

http://www.southsydneyherald.com.au/theatre-the-terrorists/#.WT0IVGUQhsN

By Catherine Skipper, Monday, May 29, 2017

Against a simple background, attired in white costumes with small additions to suggest change of character, occasionally supported by back projection, the eight actors (Matthew Costin, David D’Silva, Kira Fort, Zuzi Fort, Tiffany Joy, Alyson Standen, Kyle Stewart and Joseph Taylor) playing 26 roles between them, brought a wonderful intelligence, integrity and a humanity to their performances. Overall, a singularly moving production which at this time needs to be not only heard but acted upon. Courageous theatre from the courageous King Street Theatre.