Theatre Director


Caroline has successfully put on one of the best productions of the year.
— Exeposé about The House Of Sleeping Cats
If I gave scores at the end of my reviews, this would have the highest.
— The Jolly Lion about Angels in America
The handling of such a delicate, yet enduringly relevant topic is masterful. A triumph.
— Exposé about Angels in America *****
Hat tips to Caroline Lang who balances relatability and a witty script with the fear of a dystopian future.
— Bristol 24/7 about Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons
One of the best productions I’ve ever seen.
— Razz Magazine about Angels in America
Director Caroline Lang has skilfully choreographed this two-hander ... a joy to watch.
— StageTalk Magazine about Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons ****
Quite simply put: this production is utterly brilliant. It is amusing, heart-breaking, beautiful, engaged, moving and poignant all at the same time. To think that this performance was put on by students, rather than veterans of the theatre world, is mind-boggling.
— Her Campus about Angels in America
A standout play.
— Exeposé about How To Split A Peach *****
Caroline shows herself to be an intelligent and skilled director, who is able to facilitate the creation of relatable and real characters. She struck the right balance between moments of stillness and raw emotion with endearing moments of playfulness between the two girls, making this production a joy to watch. Not just a piece of theatre, but a piece of art.
— The Exeter Drama Review about How To Split A Peach