Ruth Connell in Meth Head, A Perfect Ending, BAFTA Los Angeles, BAFTA LA Newcomers Committee, Reviewed in The Herald, The Scotsman, The British Theatre Guide, The Stage, for Folklore, as a Vampire, at the Emmy Party, in Faust, Shakespeare, Men Should Weep, Headlong/The Oxford stage company, Dominic Dromgoole at Shakespeare's Globe, The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, Meg Frazer, David Lucas, as Gretchen, Mrs Beaver, Jessica in The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Nights Dream...

"There are standout performances - from Ruth Connell as the piteous Gretchen and world weary Helen of Troy" (The British Theatre Guide - Faust)

 "Ruth Connell's Gretchen is outstanding, as is her Part II sex-weary Helen of Troy" (Reviews Gate)

"The best acting came from those outside the family, the gloriously sexy Isa (Ruth Connell) married to the eldest son, who has a great scene where she vamps her father-in-law" (Reviews Gate - Men Should Weep)

"Ruth Connell deserves particular mention for her portrayal of Gretchen; childish and vulnerable, she provides a wonderfully moving characterization" (The Skinny - Faust)

"...his formidable housekeeper Mrs Macready - more witchlike than the White Witch in some ways. Ruth Connell proves her versatility by being a delightful twinkling Mrs Beaver later in the story in contrast to the harpy housekeeper role.” (The Journal 4****The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe)


"The witty duo of Mr and Mrs Beaver - a high octane double act who wiggle and dance and kiss noses - brought to life wonderfully by David Lucas and Ruth Connell"  (The Edinburgh Guide)


"Grusha is known to be a difficult role, Ruth Connell was feisty as well as sympathetic, avoiding mawkishness" (Culture Wars -The Caucasian Chalk Circle)


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"In a vivid performance of many character changes, Ruth Connell's Grusha gently evolves and grows, a cool achievement with little time" (The Stage)
Pictured at The Directors Institute, LA
The Ronald Neame BAFTA Tribute
With Stephen Endelman for C I Care
BAFTA Pre Award Season Party 2011
63rd Emmys After Party 2011
Meth Head Screening with Barbara Niven and Producer John W McLaughlin
'Just A Push' Dir Joshua Schaefer


"Her movement on stage is as graceful as her acting, which manages to combine both menace and heartbreak in a poised, polished and memorable performance" (Peter Pan: The Boy Who Hated Mothers, Actors Entertainment LA)