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The Stage, Stage House, 47 Bermondsey St., London SE1 3XT Please supply Set(s) SHOWCALL 1 990. for which I enclose remittance. j NAME 2 j ADDRESS I I i POSTCODE I You've Produced More CVs Than Citroen But Your Acting Career Still Isn't Getting From A To B Put yourself in the pic
19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Letters: Be counted

Letters: Be counted

Be counted SIR, As we are in the final week of this year's Equity council Elections (closing date July 20) please may I take this opportunity to remind fellow members, who have not already done so, to vote and urge them to make their votes count .by electing a council to fight fo
19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Letters: 'Open the doors and offer advice'

Letters: 'Open the doors and offer advice'

'Open the doors and offer advice' SIR, 1 must commend your article by James Gordon (July 5) pointing out the importance of professional training and experience in the maintaining of high quality standards in broadcasting. How can those who have not been properly trained pass on a
19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Letters: More channels do not a misery make

Letters: More channels do not a misery make

More channels do not a misery make SIR, Regarding the article in Televi sion Diary 'So tney missed the right goal as well' (July 12) Hear! Hear! There were two weeks of broadcast ing that eloquently support the need for further non-satellite television sta tions. On many occasion
19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Letters: Let the modern times roll

Letters: Let the modern times roll

Let the modern times roll SIR, I was amazed to read in Tht Stage (July 5) the criticism of the RSC by Lord Beloff which was supported by Lord Nugent. I am an avid theatregoer but, on this issue, more importantly I am a teacher. To criticise the RSC for "up-dating" Shakespeare sho
19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CHIT CHAT

CHIT CHAT

Playing for peanuts is a bit expensive A USED fiver to the first person who can tell me what is Robert Holmes a Court's motive for buying a chunk of the Really Useful Group. It may be that he just wants to wind up Lloyd Webber. But it would be hard to believe Hacca's line in lau
19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
A popular argument

A popular argument

THE ACCUSATIONS voiced by Kenneth Alan Taylor, the outgoing director of Nottingham Playhouse, against the board of governors are the first manifestation for some time of an age-old battle, which has now, incidentally, spread to television. Is... something that is popular necessa
19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Play Reviews: The Dragon Can't Dance

Play Reviews: The Dragon Can't Dance

The Dragon Can't Dance STRATFORD EAST THE TALAWA Theatre Company and the Theatre Royal Stratford East present The Dragon Can't Dance by Earl Lovelace, which is based on his original book and which provides a wonderful opportunity for both cast and backstage team to display their
19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Guilty of indecision

Guilty of indecision

PETER HEPPLE on a play that sets too many traps for itself KING'S HEAD Black Angel FORTY FIVE years after the end of World War II, the question of whether we should hunt down and bring to trial war criminals still goes on. Michael Cristofer does not exactly skate over the proble
19 July 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England