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Opera and Dance: THE PLACE

Opera and Dance: THE PLACE

THE PLACE Spring Loaded IT SAYS a great deal for Union Danci that for three out of four years it ha: opened the annual dance festival Spring Loaded, at The Place. Th< organisers' selection of Union, found ed in 1983 by Corrinne Bougaard, is perhaps because the ensemble sets oui t
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Opera and Dance: ICA

Opera and Dance: ICA

ICA Capricieuse THOUGH the Belgian Roxane Huil- mand has been seen previously in Britain as a member of Anne T eresa De Keersmaeker's ensemble, her performance last week at the ICA marked her solo debut here. Capricieuse showed her to be a powerful performer, who arrives in a sta
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
A bit of Ado

A bit of Ado

FRANK GRANVILLE BARKER on an opera that omits Shakespeare's vicious intrigue COLISEUM Beatrice and Benedict THE BERLIOZ operatic version of Much Ado has never won great favour in this country. In the fust place it seems to us an unsatisfactory adaptation of Shakespeare, preservi
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
EXPRESSIVE MIME One week course taught by Adam Darius Kazimix Kolesnik Teachers of Kate Bush, Jennifer Beals, Tom Courtenay and

EXPRESSIVE MIME One week course taught by Adam Darius Kazimix Kolesnik Teachers of Kate Bush, Jennifer Beals, Tom Courtenay and

Warren Mitchell 9th-13th April at the Islington Arts Factory Fee: £40 For further information phone: The Mime Centre at 01-455 2145 I I UNIQUE TRAINING ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY INTERESTED IN DESIGN FOR THEATRE BTEC NATIONAL DIPLOMA DESIGN-THEATRE STUDIES WITH OPTIONS IN SCENIC DES
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: ON TOUR

Regional Reviews: ON TOUR

ON TOUR The Diary of Anne Frank SO INTENSE is the empathy created with the audience and the nerve- wracked occupents of the concealed Amsterdam attic in North Bank Productions prsentation of The Diary of Anne Frank that a shiver of shock ran through the audience when a clumsy mov
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: No village idiot

Regional Reviews: No village idiot

N o village idiot MANSFIELD The Devil's Only Sleeping THE REVIVED New Perspectives Theatre Company has set itself daunting policy guidelines, but fortunately on the evidence of this latest presentation has not lost touch with a duty to intrisue and entertain. Nick Stafford's new
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: BOLTON

Regional Reviews: BOLTON

I BOLTON Watching JIM HITCHMOUGH'S play was the springboard for four television series. He writes in the programme that this production is 95 per cent the original stage version. This Watching is brasher than the homogenised television series with a lot more swearing and curses t
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: PLYMOUTH

Regional Reviews: PLYMOUTH

PLYMOUTH Elizabeth's Last Stand AS NIGHT falls Betty, a drab mouselike eccentric, is transformed into the resplendent Virgin Queen, ruling over kitchen and country. Mime artist iNola Kae gave an im aginative if slightly tedious perform ance as the eccentric who fall under the spe
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
I IOU I THEATRE is holding "SITE SPECIFIC WORKSHOPS" at its base in Halifax. 3-day intensive courses investigating key elements

I IOU I THEATRE is holding "SITE SPECIFIC WORKSHOPS" at its base in Halifax. 3-day intensive courses investigating key elements

in making theatre away from theatres. A practical opportunity to flex your imagination and extend your making skills. March 9-11. 16-18,23-25 Details from Fi Godfrev-Kaussett: 0422369217 WORK ON YOUR VOICE AND YOURSELF Weekends in Norfolk on Voice and Alexander Technique Details
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: MILFORD HAVEN

Regional Reviews: MILFORD HAVEN

MILFORD HAVEN Teechers THOSE who can, do, those who can t, teach. Occasionally the old adage is confounded by authors like ex-teacher, John Godber, whose witty, perceptive script of Teechers reveals a sharp brain, an observant eye, and empathy with both his dead beat pupils, and
22 February 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England