Warrington won universal acclaim for his performance as King Lear in the Talawa Theatre Company and Manchester Royal Exchange co-production, with critics describing it as a "heartbreaking tour-de-force",  The Stage wrote that "Warrington seizes and owns it with magnetic, majestic power".
In Week 5 he was eliminated, having lost the dance-off against Heather Small , with the first three judges all voting for Small over Warrington. He joined the show to step out of his comfort zone, and he appreciated the opportunity to learn to dance. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The play , conceived and written in wartime, was inspired by a true story. During a conversation in his living room, Miller was told about a family that had been destroyed when the daughter turned her father into the authorities on discovering that he had been selling faulty machinery to the Army.
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That matured into his drama of year-old Joe Keller, guilty of supplying fractured but patched-up cylinder heads to the USAF for their Ps, with catastrophic results. And they do it with impressive ensemble playing.
Gradually and ferociously the mental defences are brought down as everyone has to face reality and the inexorable ending, like a Greek tragedy. At the centre of it all is Kate, outstandingly portrayed by Croll, the protective wife and mother, hurting, brave, clinging to the hope that Larry is still alive. Despite some eccentricities, particularly of accent sounding to my ear more Deep South than Midwest , Warrington builds to a venomous climax with powerful effect.
Chike Okonkwo finely captures the character of Chris, the affable, sensible, thoroughly decent one who does take on his father in the end. And it is out of the sightline of a significant portion of the audience.
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