Freud’s Last Session (Seymour Centre, 2018)

There is some truly marvellous acting in this detailed and precise production. As Lewis, Yannick Lawry is upright and soft spoken. He has an Englishman’s lapel pulling stance and a clever use of gesture, especially to travel an idea across the footlights. 4 ½ stars ★★★★☆

Full review – ArtsHub

Metamorphosis (Clock and Spiel Productions 2019)

Lawry is suitably pompous.. in this adaptation of Metamorphosis from a company that has developed a solid reputation for period-set work (Freud’s Last SessionThe Screwtape Letters) and is well worth your time.

Full review – Audrey Journal

The Screwtape Letters (Australian Tour 2016)

Lawry does a sterling job…

Full review – Sydney Morning Herald

Lawry delivers the text of the letters with great skill and fluency. His performance is flawless…

Full review – Theatre Press (Melbourne)

Brad Checked In

The cast are all good with stand out performances from Yannick Lawry as ‘ping pong ball’ Brad…

Full review – Sydney Arts Guide

Journey’s End, Seymour Centre

While the entire cast was outstanding, special mention must be made of Yannick Lawry as Trotter, whose humour and sense of comradery was endearingly authentic.

Full review – The AU Review

The God of Carnage

Yannick Lawry is the perfect Alan Riley, reactionary when he imagines he’s calm, routined and domesticated when he imagines he is in control.

Full review – Lisa Thatcher