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Morley milestone

Morley milestone

EXCLUSIVE Sheridan Morley is to direct Oscar Wilde, the play that brought fame to his father Robert. To mark the centenary of Wilde's death, Morley will take the show on a regional tour next autumn. Full story, page 2
23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Full bill for Sadler's Wells

News: Full bill for Sadler's Wells

Full bill for Sadler's Wells Sadler's Wells will be able to programme a full bill next year and take its place alongside other number one regional dance venues, chief executive Ian Albery has said after two grants totalling almost £700,000 were awarded this week. But he warned th
23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: SNAPS

News: SNAPS

SNAPS m 1 Oliver MiHwra, Ken Campbell, Anna Massey, Richard Johnson and Tom Baker will star in Radio 4's new seven-hour adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel Nicholas Nickleby, the sta tion has announced. The Woman's Hour serial begins on October 24 and finishes in December. Chiwl
23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Norwich job losses

News: Norwich job losses

Norwich job losses BY ALEXA BARACAIA Norwich Theatre Royal has announced a sudden and unexpected plunge in profits since April, leading to the axing of two managerial posts. Programming director Roger Richardson and technical co-ordinator Arthur Hoare have been made redundant in
23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Fairfield £90m facelift

News: Fairfield £90m facelift

Fairfield £90m facelift Moves are afoot to redevelop Croydon's Fairfield Halls into a £90 million entertainment and hotel complex. Osborn Securities, the com pany proposing the ambitious scheme, has started a six-month feasibility study which will then be scrutinised by Fairfield
23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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THEATRE REVIEW-BACKETT FESTIVAL: Footfalls/Rough for Theatre I/Rockaby

THEATRE REVIEW-BACKETT FESTIVAL: Footfalls/Rough for Theatre I/Rockaby

Footfalls/Rough for Theatre I/Rockaby The Pit This trilogy represents Beckett at almost his most minimalist, as we are forced to focus intently on every word and motion because there is so little else to distract us. And the lack of anecdotal specifics invites symbolic or metapho
23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THEATREREVIEW-BACKETT FESTIVAL: Ohio Impromptu/ Rough for Theatre II/Catastrophe

THEATREREVIEW-BACKETT FESTIVAL: Ohio Impromptu/ Rough for Theatre II/Catastrophe

Ohio Impromptu/ Rough for Theatre II/Catastrophe The Pit In Beckett's GrocMike world, laugh and the world drops you in dog poo. He sends in the clowns to disconcert, confront audiences with mortality and rubbish existence. His last laugh is at their discomfort. In Ohio Impromptu,
23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THEATREREVIEW-BACKETT FESTIVAL: Breath/That Time/A Piece of Monologue

THEATREREVIEW-BACKETT FESTIVAL: Breath/That Time/A Piece of Monologue

Breath/That Time/A Piece of Monologue The Pit Why did director Robin Lefevre open this exquisite triple bill of shorts with the fugitive Breath? Once you have shrunk existence down to a transient 30 seconds, what more can be said? But the Beckett experience is less about what can
23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THEATREREVIEW-BACKETT FESTIVAL: Not I/Act Without Words I/What Where

THEATREREVIEW-BACKETT FESTIVAL: Not I/Act Without Words I/What Where

Not I/Act Without Words I/What Where The Pit In Not I, a spotlit female mouth spews out a story so miserable that it can only be articulated in the third person. Birth, life and death is a vale of tears which can only be made sense of through repetition and reiteration. In respon
23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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23 September 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England