Reviews for TegenFor EAST: Tegen Hitchens is an awe-inspiring force of nature, one minute crude sexuality, the next, well… a bucket of vulgar lust. (The Reviews Hub) For LIZZIE SIDDAL: Worth special mention is Tegen Hitchens, who plays Lizzie Siddal with huge range and depth of feeling. (Onin London) For OUT OF THE CAGE: Strike leader Jane Byass (Milly Finch) and Dee Jessop (Tegen Hitchens) performances in particular are outstanding. (What's On Reviews). Tegen Hitchens stands out as the poisoned worker desperate to keep her job and protect her children. (Critical Mass) For The GRADUATE: 'A standout performance from Tegen Hitchens as Elaine Robinson in the Graduate' (The Stage)
Her theatre credits include A TRIP TO PARADISE, St James Theatre, directed by Alistair Knights. EAST, 88 London Road, directed by Alan Perrin. IF I CAN, Palimpsest, directed by Katherine Tozer. OUT OF THE CAGE, Park Theatre, directed by Alex McSweeny. TELL ME YOU LOVE ME, White Rock Theatre, Hastings, directed by Janette Eddisford. THE MUSE, Leighton House, director Katherine Tozer. THIN AIR, The Old Market, director Nick Brice. THE BITESIZE BREAKFAST SHOW, Pleasance Theatre, directed by Nick Brice. THE GRADUATE, Tanglehead Productions, directed by Rikki Tarrascus. THE ACCRINGTON PALS, The Old Market, Hove, directed by Alan Perrin. THE POSITIVE HOUR, Jermyn Street, directed by Janette Eddisford. THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE, Theatre Royal Plymouth, directed by Natasha Buckley. A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Theatre Royal Plymouth, directed by Rebecca Gould.