"Notes on a scandal" to the screen
... challenge for Patrick Marber as the screenwriter and for me as an actor was to liberate
Sheba from Barbara's point of view for the film, to make her live and breathe in her own
right. Ultimately, on the screen, I think the two women hold up a mirror to one another."
"Marber actually turned and adapt ...
... development of her,” she explains. “I feel if you rely too heavily on research, you’re not getting
enough from your own instincts. Obviously, there are certain rules of etiquette people followed
in those days, certain restrictions because of the costumes, so that plays a part in it. But for me,
On Borrowed Time: Delightful Revival of a Classic American Play
... down until he chose to let him, has come true. So Gramps lures Mr. Brink into climbing the tree,
and then refuses to let him down. As a result, no one can die until Julian allows him to do so.
Even when confronted with the pain and misery which people in extremis are suffering, Gramps,
determined to ...
Playbill - Monmouth College
... today's production of Urinetown. These songs are intentionally referenced
in today's performance. If you get a chance, please enjoy my display in
the lobby to learn more about my research. Thanks for coming to the
-Mike Diamond, Dramaturgy
During the process of producing this dramaturgy the gr ...
study guide - Manitoba Theatre Centre
... Manager of the International Shoe Company and the family moved to St. Louis, Missouri. Tennessee and
Rose never seemed to get over this uprooting of the family;
they moved from apartment to apartment and hated the
city. Much of this upbringing is reflected in The Glass
Menagerie. Tennessee's schooli ...
The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen`s Guild
... Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of
That show premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1976 and
launched the pair on a long relationship with the Farndale ladies which has
since included not only our current production but the snappily-titled The
... Two-time Tony Award-winning British-American actress of stage and screen, Ehle is probably best
known for her starring role as Elizabeth Bennet in the 1995 mini-series Pride and Prejudice in which she
starred alongside Colin Firth.
Ehle's first major role was in 1992 when Peter Hall cast her in the ...
London Musicals - Over The Footlights
... “Crime of the Century” Nesbitt.
Notes: Based on the novel by E.L.Doctorow, this show opened in Toronto in 1966, and was restaged the following year in Los Angeles. In January 1998 the show was given its Broadway
production at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts in a cast that included Brian Stok ...
MCC Theater Contact: Rick Miramontez / Jon Dimond / Jaron
... The O'Neill Studio, where she studied, with the Eugene O'Neill Award for her work in Irena's Vow.
David Duchovny was born and raised in New York City. He attended Princeton University, where
he played one season as shooting guard on the school's basketball team, received his Masters Degree
in Englis ...
camelot - La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
... JAMES BARBOUR (Lancelot) most recently starred in The NoHo Arts Center world premiere productions of Lizard and in
the award-winning The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (Ovation, Garland, LA Weekly nominations for Best Actor, and an ADA for
Best Actor) where he created the role of Captain Gregg (the Ghost). Bro ...
... been living a season of “All In The Family”
for the past three months. Their daughter,
her husband and his grandchild have been
living with them while their East Side apartment is under construction. James said,
“And to think I thought Archie Bunker was
being cruel when he referred to his son in
... 120 performances, resulting in a cast album that earned a Grammy® nomination. Maltby and Shire finally reached Broadway with their own musical, Baby, directed by Mr. Maltby, which
opened on December 4, 1983, and ran 241 performances. They returned to Off-Broadway with the musical revues Urban Blight ...
Born June 23rd in Southfield Michigan, Selma Blair will be seen this
... senior year of college he landed the leading role in an off-Broadway production of “He
Who Gets Slapped.” Shortly thereafter, he was cast in Stanley Kubrick’s first film, “Fear
and Desire,” followed by “The Blackboard Jungle.” During this period, he also appeared
on such television shows as “The Kra ...
Hello - ATG Tickets
... Awards, two Evening Standard Awards and a host of five-star reviews. The show was hailed as
the definitive production of J B Priestley’s much-loved play.
Following its success at the National, An Inspector Calls transferred to the West End for two
years, before touring around the world. In 1993 the ...
MULTI AWARD WINNING JAMES EARL JONES, VANESSA
Somewhere in Time - Portland Center Stage
... written by RICHARD MATHESON
[For Release 17 October 2012, Portland, Oregon]– Portland Center Stage (PCS) will present the
world premiere of the new musical, Somewhere in Time, based on the beautifully romantic and
classic novel by renowned author Richard Matheson (I Am Legend, What Dreams May Come), ...
grammy award winning broadway smash hit is coming to atlanta
... Tony Award for Best Revival as well as nods for Debbie Allen as “Anita” and Josie de Guzman as
“Maria.” The current revival of WEST SIDE STORY on which this tour is based began previews at
the Palace Theatre on Broadway Monday, February 23, 2009, opened to critical acclaim breaking
box office record ...
Glass Menagerie perf release
... Origins for the SyFy Network, had a recurring role on Gossip Girl, and will guest star in The Good
Wife and Warehouse 13 this season.
DADA WOOF PAPA HOT - Lincoln Center Theater
MEDIA RELEASE HOLLYWOOD ACTRESS JANE SEYMOUR
... IN THE BEST OF BRITISH LIVE ENTERTAINMENT, NOEL COWARD’S “THE VORTEX”
Singapore, November 2016 – Making its mark in the regional arts scene as the
leading production house that brings the best of live British entertainment, the
British Theatre Playhouse will be presenting its 15th production in Sing ...
HTC Blithe Spirit Program RSP
... his final stage appearance. During
advance and only one day elapsed
World War II Coward wrote the
between its original concepƟon and
song ‘London Pride’, and scripted,
the moment I sat down to write it.
directed and starred in the film ‘In
It fell into my mind and on to the
manuscript. Six weeks lat ...
A Life in the Theatre - Notre Dame Archives
... his new concubine, Cassandra, his wife, Clytemnestra (who has taken Agamemnon’s
cousin Aegisthus as a lover), kills them. Clytemnestra believes the murder was
justified, since Agamemnon had sacrificed their daughter, Iphigenia, before the war,
as commanded by the gods. Electra, daughter of Agamemnon ...
dave clemmons - The Performer`s Warehouse
... is a permanent faculty member and musical director/conductor of The Performing Arts Project,
faculty for the Making it On Broadway Intensive Series in New York and LA and is Advising Faculty member at The New York School of Film and Television’s Musical Theatre program.
He began his career as a perf ...
Private Lives is a 1930 comedy of manners in three acts by Noël Coward. It focuses on a divorced couple who, while honeymooning with their new spouses, discover that they are staying in adjacent rooms at the same hotel. Despite a perpetually stormy relationship, they realise that they still have feelings for each other. Its second act love scene was nearly censored in Britain as too risqué. Coward wrote one of his most popular songs, ""Some Day I'll Find You"", for the play.After touring the British provinces, the play opened the new Phoenix Theatre in London in 1930, starring Coward, Gertrude Lawrence, Adrianne Allen and Laurence Olivier. A Broadway production followed in 1931, and the play has been revived at least a half dozen times each in the West End and on Broadway. The leading roles have attracted a wide range of actors; among those who have succeeded Coward as Elyot are Robert Stephens, Richard Burton, Alan Rickman and Matthew Macfadyen, and successors to Lawrence as Amanda have included Tallulah Bankhead, Elizabeth Taylor, Maggie Smith, Kim Cattrall and Lindsay Duncan. Directors of new productions have included John Gielgud, Howard Davies and Richard Eyre. The play was made into a 1931 film and has been adapted several times for television and radio.