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LETTERS: Bafta switch-off

LETTERS: Bafta switch-off

Bafta switch-off Once again, we the public have been subjected to yet another egostistical, cringeing and self- embracing evening 1 refer to the recent Bafta awards, intro duced hv insignificant t>er- j f^, t formers praising an even more insignificant entourage of third rate act
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Royal has the greater potential

LETTERS: Royal has the greater potential

Royal has the greater potential I heartily echo the sentiments expressed by Ann Montini in her letter (April 25, page 9) concerning the Hanley Theatre Royal. There is a double tragedy at Hanley. First, that the pub lic gave such a poor response to the excellent 1995 season I trav
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Lights out

LETTERS: Lights out

Lights out I very much enjoyed my visit to the Royal Shakespeare Company opening production of As You Like It by Stephen Pimlott. The design by Ashley Martin-Davies has a steely back cloth which is raised and lowered for the various scenes. In its flight, I found myself wishing t
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Amateur theatre encroaching on the professional stage

LETTERS: Amateur theatre encroaching on the professional stage

Amateur theatre encroaching on the professional stage I was interested to read 'Lyas predicts big future for pro-am shows' (April 18, News, page 2) and Bill Pertwee's... article 'Hand it to them" (Leader feature, page 8) in The Stage. This seems to confirm what I am beginning to
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Gesture of goodwill from a casting company which receives no thanks

LETTERS: Gesture of goodwill from a casting company which receives no thanks

Gesture of goodwill from a casting company which receives no thanks I read the article 'Casting hotline cashes in with out of date seasons' (April 25, News, page 2), with interest and dismay. Although I have nothing to do with Current Casting Information I think your advertising
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Matters confused at Equity conference

LETTERS: Matters confused at Equity conference

Matters confused at Equity conference The reporting in last week's Stage of the important debate at Equity's conference on the talks with the BBC and ITV companies over the use of UK television productions on UK cable and satellite channels... was marred by several inaccuracies.
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOW PEOPLE: DANIELLE'S A WINNER ALL ROUND

SHOW PEOPLE: DANIELLE'S A WINNER ALL ROUND

DANIELLE'S A WINNER ALL ROUND There are rules in life readers, as you well know. The little red man is there on traffic lights so you do not walk out and get hit by a car. You have to pay taxes and there is nothing you can do about it. There are other rules such as you are... goi
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOW PEOPLE: SENTENCE OF INFLUENCE

SHOW PEOPLE: SENTENCE OF INFLUENCE

SENTENCE OF INFLUENCE In 1915 there was the first genocide of the century. It took place in Armenia and 1.5 million people were killed by the Turks. Anglo- Armenian actress Tamara Hinchco has written The Sentence with writer and illustrator Christina Balit, to be staged at the Ol
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOW PEOPLE: IDEAL WAY TO PLAY IT UP

SHOW PEOPLE: IDEAL WAY TO PLAY IT UP

IDEAL WAY TO PLAY IT UP I have a certain reticence about asking Pat O'Toole about her parents. When your dad is legendary hellraiser Peter O'Toole, your mum is Sian Phillips and you are an actor/director it must be the bane of your life having... pid journalists asking you the sa
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOW PEOPLE: STARS ARE BRIGHT FOR STUNT MAN STUART

SHOW PEOPLE: STARS ARE BRIGHT FOR STUNT MAN STUART

STARS ARE BRIGHT FOR STUNT MAN STUART Compiled By ADRIAN DAWSON For some actors, doing a long run in the same show for months or years on end can be pretty soul destroying. Admittedly you get a steady stream of income but feet must get itchy. Not so with Stuart Scott who has been
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England