Career Conversations Podcast – Victoria Baumgartner: “Don’t settle for anything other than your dreams”, 20.12.18
Discover Victoria Baumgartner’s interview by Stefanie Ginster, PhD at the University of Lausanne, for her podcast project “Career Conversations: Triumphs and Struggles of High Achievers”

Will – On Tour

Stuttgarter Zeitung, Germany: “Meaning on Stage” 20.11.18

“Baumgartner stages all this in a very lively manner, with music and improvised dancing. It is fresh and sometimes so movingly played that one feels a lump rising in one’s throat.

“the grandiose 30-minute long “Judith & Hamnet””

Stuttgarter Zeitung, Germany:  “The Tri-Bühne Theatre welcomes guests from all over the theatre world” 16.11.18

Stuttgarter Zeitung, Germany:  “A Festival with Woman Power!” 06.11.18

“Shakespeare, c’est viscéral” interview of Victoria Baumgartner for Plans cultes, by David Trotta

Le Nouvelliste, Switzerland: Les bons plans de la rédaction culturelle du Nouvelliste: Will

Judith & Hamnet

RTS 1 – The show « Premier Rendez-vous » / “First Date” by Pauline Vrolix, with Victoria Baumgartner and the artist Maya Rochat

Victoria Baumgartner in Vertigo on Swiss national radio RTS – La 1ère pto talk about the Lausanne Shakespeare Festival and Judith & Hamnet!


Victoria Baumgartner in “Cellulose” on Swiss National Radio Couleur 3, interviewed on Shakespeare by Salomé Kiner

Will in London

⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Stage
“Baumgartner’s firm belief in the power of poetry and well-placed emotional beats make Will a strangely fascinating work.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ London Theatre 1
“Everything about this show shouts top draw, top quality, top stuff.”
“An engrossing play which over the course of eighty minutes (eight years in eighty minutes) does what Lord Reith declared ought to be the mission of the BBC: to inform, educate and entertain.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Spy in the Stalls
“Sam Veck, as Shakespeare, is a revelation.”
“A top notch cast”
“delighfully clever yet beguiling and moving”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Everything Theatre
“very well written, seamless and captivating”
“Just like any Shakespeare play, it is full of comedy and tragedy, and touches on universal and eternal themes”
“Ronnie Yorke is exceptionally funny (I mean, really laugh out loud funny) as Richard Burbage.”

Will in Lausanne


23.05.17 | TV La Télé, interview of Victoria Baumgartner on Swiss television for “Will”

29.05.17 |  Radio LFM, Contemporary Shakespeare in Lausanne: radio chronicle

02.06.17 | Written press L’Agenda, revue culturelle de l’Arc lémanique, Interview of Victoria Baumgartner by Maureen Miles

19.05.17 | Written presse Magazine 360, article by Zelda Chauvet: “To be or not to be gay: Shakespeare”