The Ensemble Theatre
production, directed by
Sandra Bates, became the
top-selling play in the
Sydney company's
long
history.  
Warren Mitchell,
the English
Olivier Award-
winning
 actor who played
Mr. Green, won last year's
Olivier Award in London is
known throughout England
and Australia as Alf Garnett,
the star of Till Death Do Us
Part, the English tv series
that inspired All in the
Family.  His co-star in the
Sydney production of
Visiting Mr. Green was his
son
Daniel Mitchell.

“Apart from its considerable
wit and understanding, the
strength of
Visiting Mr.
Green
is the rich tapestry it
weaves from the
characters’ lives. The
tormented histories, the
persecution, the solitary
isolation and the romance,
faith and happiness that
burden and uplift them.  
Visiting Mr. Green is
thoughtful and absorbing.”   
Sydney Morning Herald
“The play is not merely about opposites finding a mutual point
of agreement. It's about honest, inner fears and prejudices,
hurts, imagined and real, and most of all, tolerance and
acceptance - an excellent play.”   

The Catholic Weekly
A new production of Visiting Mr. Green began
in 2006 and continued in 2007.  Directed by
Helen Ellis, it starred Alan Hopgood as Mr.
Green and
David Tredinnick as Ross.  
"Visiting Mr. Green is a wise,
absorbing and often funny play
that packs quite a punch. Baron
creates two lively, intriguing
characters with enormous
potential for conflict. Sparks fly.”
Sunday Telegraph
“Visiting Mr. Green is one of the
most moving, entertaining and
mesmerizing productions I have
seen for a while. The script is
intelligent and sharp, balancing
the emotional effects with
awesome dexterity. Baron tickles
our funny bone in the opening act
and then proceeds to drain the
audience with moments of
electrifying emotion. See this."
Revolver Magazine
"Visiting Mr. Green is a
production that can bring you
close to tears even while you
are falling about laughing, It
strikes at the heart of so
many sensitive issues without
ever moving into the maudlin
or the facile.”
Manly Daily
Australia
Visiting Mr. Green
A new production of Visiting Mr. Green began
in 2006 and continued in 2007.  Directed by
Helen Ellis, it starred Alan Hopgood as Mr.
Green and
David Tredinnick as Ross.