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Millar manages all the raging, seducing, rationalising and downright madness with ease, alternatively hard-faced and positively deliquescing with rapture.

Breakfast With Emma - The New Statesman, Gina Allum

The comedy genius of Helen Millar, who plays Smee and many other characters, shines through.  Peter Pan-Art Pass, Natalie Roberts

Millar’s gradual metamorphosis from the grotesque and terrifying to someone / something graceful and elegant, not to be feared and maybe even welcomed was measured and wholly convincing.

Death and the Ploughman - The FTR, DG

Ellie Dunn, the young woman who symbolises the modernity Shaw prefers (played with great composure by Helen Millar, always sensible but never a prig)

Heartbreak House - The Times, Robert Dawson Scott

The cast is excellent. Helen Millar is perfect as the beautiful, charming and romantic Emma.

Breakfast With Emma - UK Theatre Network, Carolin Kopplin

The cast of four, is terrific ...Helen Millar, playing his assistant Nicola, also undergoes tricky changes before the end, but they feel like credible components of her complex relationship with her employer. As she is alert to every change in the psychological weather, it feels so right that her hobby should be climbing frozen waterfalls. The Consultant - The Times, Jeremy Kingston

Helen Millar is excellent.  Her Hamlet is androgynous, and despite her fragile appearance she has a huge talent.  Hamlet-Dubrovnik Net

Geoff Church's production is also vigorously acted by a strong cast... Helen Millar as his seductive sidekick puts flesh on Fleming's argument.

The Consultant - The Guardian, Michael Billington

Millar was exceptional in the role. Hamlet-The Bubble

It is Millar's performance, however, which rises from the good to the sublime. She grabs your attention and while she is on stage you cannot look away. Thin Toes - Fortune's Pawn, Tamara Gausi
 

Of the cast, Helen Millar stands out as Natasha, an ex-model with a troubled family background and severe psychological problems, she gives a persuasive portrayal of a damaged young woman who longs for friendship and attention yet fears intimacy on any level. The Brink - Film International, Daniel O'Brien

Helen Millar is an icily brilliant Ellie, a fine specimen of youthful beauty frozen by disappointment in love into a hard-edged force of nature, bent on self-preservation.  Heartbreak House - The Scotsman, Joyce McMillan

Helen Millar-sinuous, self assured, ever ready with a putdown-is captivating as the reaper.  Death and the Ploughman-The Bristol Post, Steve Wright

Helen Millar has an almost ethereal charm in the role. Arcadia - The Courier, Joy Watters

Helen Millar sparkles as Amina, a figure of lust who isn't as innocent as she might seem. Millar embodies the male fantasy world with a deftness of touch that is delightful to watch. The Bards of Bangkok - Remote Goat

He (Macbeth) is well supported by the Lady Macbeth of Helen Millar. She’s as much a plotting villain as him and such is her playing that she attracts deservedly rapt attention.

Macbeth - The Stage, James Green

Millar plays Emma very well, conveying her aspirations and desires with desperate vitality and infusing her fanciful nature with a sense of conviction that cannot fail to provoke sympathy.

Breakfast With Emma - The Londonist

Helen Millar as Olivia is not only a joy to look at but full of warmth and humour, too.  Twelfth Night-Der Neue Merker, Renate Wagner

From scene to scene, this performance beats with the palpitating energy of impending wickedness spurred by a lust for power. The chemistry between Lady Macbeth (Helen Millar) and Macbeth (Harry Anton) sparks a heat kindled from ambition and greed . The two serve as a chilling reminder of the precarious relationships that construct our political institutions. Altogether, this cast weaves a terrifying tale that feels all too real in today’s world. Macbeth - The Upcoming

Helen Millar excels as Lady Macbeth.

Plays To See - Aidan Elliot - 5 stars 

Helen Millar is absolutely magnificent. Her Lady Macbeth begins in full control, clearly focused on the task ahead and the reward it will bring – but then you see her slowly dawning horror at what has to be done in order to retain their position, bleeding into definite guilt and even some remorse. A towering performance.  My verdict? An intriguing retelling of the Scottish Play as a Victorian ghost story, with ingenious use of the witches & historic surroundings – Helen Millar is a magnificent Lady Macbeth. PLEASE MIND THE BLOG- 4 stars

There’s a fire and a fury to this version kindled by the dour magnetism of Harry Anton in an outstanding performance of the title role, but also in his charged sexual chemistry with Helen Millar’s Lady Macbeth, something you never got from years of dry interpretations at Stratford.  As a more ambitious and avaricious power behind the throne, she’s like Evita steering Juan Peron.  The Londonist- Johnny Fox 4 stars

But this is Lady Macbeth’s play, and Helen Millar excels as Macbeth’s manipulative wife, constantly engaged even when the action is trained elsewhere. It’s almost impossible to take your eyes off of her. From Page To Stage- Kerry Harrington 4 stars

Stealing the show is Lady Macbeth (Helen Millar), the quintessential embodiment of so many “Slytherin” traits. Her icy eyes and resolute gestures convey her ruthless thirst for power, before spiralling all the way down to the abyss of madness. Anna Zanetti  - Theare Bubble - 4 stars

Lady Macbeth, however, played by Helen Millar, has a shining presence – a brilliant beacon of light. Margarete Graham - Frost Magazine

Helen Millar is a fantastic Lady Macbeth.  Macbeth - Kirsty Herrington

Helen Millar brings us rich delights as Mrs Darling and a host of other characters, but her take on Smee as a bad ass street pirate is sublime. Peter Pan-St Austell Bay, Sheila Vanloo

It is truly difficult to single out an actor in this uniformly superb cast,  but we can mention Helen Millar in the leading role as Olivia.  Twelfth Night - Lider, Petra Jelaca

Lady Macbeth, Helen Millar, is magnificent. You feel her torment over the child she lost and her passion for her husband and brings a clarity to her motives for murder. Even when not speaking she acts with intensity, her piercing blue eyes reacting to others words and actions in a spell binding performance. MacbethPocket Sized Theatre

Helen Millar’s performance is beautifully detailed, her eyes and body language frequently communicating what she can’t say aloud. The dynamic between the two shifts back and forth – when they’re alone he’s submissive to her will, but in public she must step back and play the charming hostess, and her frustration at having to rely on her husband to get the job done is palpable. - Theatre Things

Stellar Cast...Helen Millar’s steely Lady Macbeth is a fine match for Anton, and their onstage chemistry is wonderful to watch, especially so as their grip on power loosens.  Claire Roderick - My Theatre Mates 4 stars

From scene to scene, this performance beats with the palpitating energy of impending wickedness spurred by a lust for power.

The chemistry between Lady Macbeth (Helen Millar) and Macbeth (Harry Anton) sparks a heat kindled from ambition and greed that is devilishly sumptuous....  Altogether, this cast weaves a terrifying tale that feels all too real in today’s world. LORA MASLENITSYNA- The Upcoming 5 stars

The star turn is Helen Millar’s thoroughly chilling and witchy Lady Macbeth who is like a mannequin jolted into life with ambition. Julia Rank- The Stage 4 stars

Lady Macbeth, Helen Millar, is magnificent. You feel her torment over the child she lost and her passion for her husband and brings a clarity to her motives for murder. Even when not speaking she acts with intensity... in a spell binding performance. ​POCKET SIZED THEATRE