Beth Hinton-Lever (A Chorus Line / Macbeth) co-hosts The West End Frame Show!
Andrew and Beth discuss the Sondheim Old Friends Gala (Sondheim Theatre), Oklahoma (Young Vic) and Love Is Only Love (Other Palace) as well as the latest news about the Drury Lane August concerts, Ariana DeBose hosting the Tony Awards, & Juliet and lots more.
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Just a few of Beth’s theatre credits include: Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre), Hadestown and Dick Wittington (National Theatre), As You Like It (National Theatre & Queen’s Hornchurch), Treasure Island (Derby Theatre) and Living Newspaper Edition 3 & Maryland (Royal Court)
Having played Anybodys in West Side Story at Leicester Curve, Beth recently returned to the venue to star as Bebe in A Chorus Line. She has just finished a run as the First Witch and Porter in Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe whilst doing lots of workshops and various screen work.
Beth is a proud disabled actor and often speaks up for the disabled community. She’s incredible and we were delighted to welcome her on to the podcast!
Hosted by Andrew Tomlins.
Thanks for listening!