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Eugenia Low: 5 tips for performing Shakespearen verse

Interviewed by Susan Elkin for The Stage.

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Richard II

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Shakescene Shakespeare: Richard II

Lockdown Zoom Livestreams, 2021

"Richard II, played by the incredible Eugenia Low, might arouse our disgust at the start of the play, but underneath the imperiousness and greed, there’s a hint of humanity which comes out in force later in the play... Eugenia’s emotional performance lays bare his fears and regrets and it’s impossible to feel no sympathy at all. I’ve never seen a Richard II more broken and Eugenia ensures we feel that pain too."

- Cal, Mobile Theatre

As Achilles in Shakescene Shakespeare 'T

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Shakescene Shakespeare: Julius Caesar

Lockdown Zoom Livestreams, 2020

"Eugenia Low gives a very moving performance as Mark Antony. When I think of Shakespeare’s great tragedies, I think of HamletOthelloKing LearMacbethRomeo & Juliet. Much as I like Julius Caesar, it doesn’t usually have the same sort of impact and it feels more like a drama than a tragedy but Eugenia brought out the tragedy brilliantly. Her ‘Friends, Romans, countrymen’ speech is riveting."

- Dave, Mobile Theatre

Isabella

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Shakescene Shakespeare: Measure for Measure

Lockdown Zoom Livestreams, 2020

"[T]he brilliant Eugenia Low... always makes a great and memorable impression in small roles and it was very exciting to see her in the important role of Isabella. Her performance highlights Isabella’s physical and emotional vulnerability as she is plunged into situations she might not have known existed and would certainly not have expected to be part of, herself. It’s a gripping performance of touching innocence which turns to complete desperation."

- Cal, Mobile Theatre

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The Show Must Go Online & Quirk Books

William Shakespeare's Star Wars, 2020

 

"While only a few short scenes are performed, they are all incredibly well-executed... [T]here's a brilliance to Eugenia Low's realisation of R2-D2. Adorned in face paint and a comically large ruff, she provides the expected beeps and squeaks while also offering insights through a monologue that is an incredibly humorous turn of events."

- Nico Marrone, The Wee Review

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Taking Flight 2017

New Diorama Theatre

"Eugenia Low is particularly hilarious as Nguyen; her deadpan remarks that exasperate her daughter... are wonderful and delivered with excellent comic timing"

- Emily Pulham, Everything Theatre

"BC... represents the microcosm of the British-Chinese community... Eugenia Low portrays a British immigrant with great veracity"

- Madhia Hussain, Live Theatre UK

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The Tempest

Cockpit Theatre, 2016

"[A} fresh production with some impressive verse speaking and crystal clear story telling... Eugenia Low manages to create a compelling blend of light other worldliness and physical solidity in Ariel."

- Susan Elkin, Sardines Magazine