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PRODUCTION NEWS

PRODUCTION NEWS

National Theatre news Includes: a new production of John Osbome's Look Back in Anger, directed by Gregory Hersov and starring Emma fielding, William Gaunt. Jason Hughes, Michael Sheen and Matilda Ziegler (opening July 15. Lyttelton Theatre); the UK premiere of The Darker Face of
3 June 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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Theatre Reviews: Dreaming

Theatre Reviews: Dreaming

Dreaming Queen's Dreaming may well turn out to be the most foolhardy production in the West End this year. But it could be the most unexpected hit of the year, for one suspects that a young audience will find a stimulation in its irreverence that an older public cannot appreciate
24 June 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Und

Theatre Reviews: Und

Und Riverside Studios Howard Barker has long been renowned for creating powerful female roles, but it is a brave actress indeed who takes on this, the first monologue penned for his dedicated company the Wrestling School. While at first it might seem that he is painting on a smal
24 June 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Her Aching Heart

Theatre Reviews: Her Aching Heart

Her Aching Heart Drill Hall Bryony Lavery's play uses parody and pastiche to analyse a literary form, the (lesbian) historical romance, and in the process both celebrates and challenges it. Triggered off by two women, both avid readers, who embark on a love affair, the story with
24 June 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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Theatre Reviews: Crackpot

Theatre Reviews: Crackpot

Crackpot Finborough Rachel Wyatt's play has all the signs of adaptation from a novel, with short, choppy scenes sometimes no longer than a few lines, but it is neatly and cleverly directed by Gill Foreman. The original Canadian book by Adele Wiseman is set in Winnipeg, among that
24 June 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: The Cassilis Engagement

Theatre Reviews: The Cassilis Engagement

The Cassilis Engagement Richmond Saving the best for last, the Orange Tree ends its repertory season with a highly entertaining discovery, a comedy of manners by St John Hankin not seen in London since the single performance given by the Stage Society in 1907, although it was onc
24 June 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
OPERA REVIEW: Penelope

OPERA REVIEW: Penelope

Penelope Guildhall School of Music and Drama Having recently seen productions curious and crass in more prestigious houses, it was an unalloyed pleasure to encounter Faure's rarely-performed opera Penelope in a staging of such originality, simplicity and strength, performed by Gu
24 June 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
OPERA REVIEW: A Verdi Celebration

OPERA REVIEW: A Verdi Celebration

A Verdi Celebration Royal Festival Hall The irrepressible Sir Edward Downes presided over the concert which rounded off the Royal Opera's mini Verdi Festival. He drew from the orchestra playing of impassioned fervour which brought alive an interesting selection of works of the ea
24 June 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
OPERA REVIEW: The Mikado

OPERA REVIEW: The Mikado

The Mikado Covent Garden Festival: Cochrane Opera Delia Luna may have been touring The Mikado since last year, but there is nothing tired about the company's interpretation of what is probably the most successful of Gilbert and Sullivan's Savoy operettas. Perhaps the odd punst mi
24 June 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England