Hare and Tortoise

“Ebony Feare is a deliciously charismatic tortoise, languorous with an impressive range of reptilian faces and stances and a resonant singing voice”

Susan Elkin- The Stage

A Midsummer Nights Dream- Manchester Evening News Review

“Ebony Feare also plays a restless Puck with great physicality and panache”.

 

James and the Giant Peach with Watershed Productions

“Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge played the evil aunts a little too well – Spiker’s cackle as she tore the head off James’ teddy had even the adults looking nervous ……children sat upright and wide eyed as scary Spiker made her way into the crowd offering the chance to see the fruit for a fee.”

Manchester Evening News

Alice’s Adventures in wonderland at Polka Theatre

“Ebony Feare gives a feisty, gutsy and fearless performance as Alice. Full of zeal she searches for solutions, solving conundrums and puzzling character traits, to decipher the ‘great question’ of who she really is. Feare displays joyful physical agility whilst shrinking and growing and her singing is hauntingly enigmatic.”

Remotegoat.com

Slave a Question of Freedom at Riverside Studios

“…….Ebony Adjuah Feare who delivers an extraordinarily strong performance as Mende, all girlish giggling at first, then dumbstruck by the enormity of the horrors visited upon her, before the indomitable spirit that has sustained her burns brighter and brighter as freedom comes closer and closer. She is on stage for almost the entire duration of this emotional rollercoaster and it was a lovely moment when Mende and the actress who had portrayed her so sensitively, embraced with such warmth at the curtain call.”

BroadwayWorld.com

Dick Whittington at Durham Gala Theatre

” Ebony Feare is a street wise (and surprisingly sexy) Claudia the cat…”

Sunderland Echo

” Ebony Feare deserves special mention as Claudia, perhaps the most streetwise and sassy panto cat ever to grace the stage.”

Durham Times

Fungus The Bogeyman with Pilot Theatre Company

” The expedition backfires and the two worlds collide, as Mould meets a young girl called Maxine (pocket rocket Ebony Feare, the star of the show) who is sick of her mums sanitary ways.

The Stage

The Twits at the Bolton Octagon Theatre – Pilot Theatre Company

” Ebony Feare as Roly-Poly Bird took the second act by storm as she brought the audience into the action”

Bolton Evening News

The Gamekeeper with Forest Forge Theatre Company

“Ebony Feare, as the tough but vulnerable Jenni, is believable as the young girl…..”

Salisbury Journal

Cindy Relisha and the DJ Prince at Library Theatre Manchester

“Ebony Feare adds a touch of class with her great voice”

Library Theatre Review

Hey there boy with the bebop at the Polka Theatre

” Key to it all is Ebony Feare’s superb Chantaye, who discovers more about herself in finding a new sympathy with the
unknown, rumour-victim neighbour…..energy and intelligence play through this performance, in her talk to others, to the audience and when her dancing with him brings joy to the partially-mobile Leo.”

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