“Sally Day is uncannily good at assuming her character’s physical mannerisms.  She gives a convincing psychological portrait of a vulnerable woman who has reached a crossroads in her life.”


Melanie Branton  -  Theatreworld Internet Magazine

“...hearty congratulations must go to Sally Day for constructing a very credible performance indeed...She captures the star’s blend of overt sexuality and natural vulnerability superbly...”

Amanda Hodges   -  London Theatre Guide

“Not many actresses have been able to match           Monroe’s ineffable screen presence, but Day, sympathetic and sexy, comes very close.”

Ray Bennett - The Hollywood Reporter

“Sally Day is an impressively accurate Monroe, capturing both her fulsome sexuality and fragile naivety with aplomb.”

Lucy Powell   -  Time Out

“The best reason for seeing the play is Sally Day's performance.”

Michael Billington   -  The Guardian

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Missing Marilyn started as a one act play by Steve Black. It had a running time of 1hr15min and played in real time. It was the directorial debut of Hollywood actor Jonathan  Hyde (The Mummy, Jumanji, Titanic) and transferred to The King's Head, Islington in 2004 for a 6 week run where Andrew Crabb played The Stranger. It later toured and had a second act added which was set 5 years after the first.