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by BroadwayWorld TV - Oct 30, 2015
Full casting has today been announced for the West End run of the Royal Court Theatre's production ofÂ Hangmen.Â ProducersRobert Fox,Â Matthew Byam Shaw forÂ Playful ProductionsÂ andÂ Royal Court Theatre ProductionsÂ are delighted to announce thatÂ Andy NymanÂ will play Syd,Â Craig ParkinsonÂ will take on the role of Inspector Fry andÂ Tony HirstÂ will play Bill, completing the cast of the West End production. Directed byÂ Matthew Dunster,Â Martin McDonagh'sÂ HangmenÂ will transfer to the Wyndham's Theatre for a strictly limited season, previewing fromÂ 1 December. Â Check out the new trailer below!
by Stage Tube - Nov 27, 2014
Kerry Ellis, Ben Forster and Louise Dearman appear on the new recording of Alexander S. Bermange's three-person musical The Route To Happiness, which was embraced by critics and audiences alike during its run at London 's Landor Theatre last year. This album of the complete show includes new and reconceived material that BBC comic songwriter Bermange has created for the musical since its premiere production, and is produced by Mike Dixon, one of the UK 's foremost Musical Supervisors.
Theatre503's A HANDFUL OF STARS and LAND OF OUR FATHERS to Transfer to Trafalgar Studios, Begin. June 25
by Jillian Gaier - Jun 9, 2014
Theatre503 has announced the West End transfers of two recent sell-out shows - the acclaimed revival of Billy Roche's A HANDFUL OF STARS and last year's hit LAND OF OUR FATHERS by Chris Urch - to the Trafalgar Studios. Both shows are directed by Artistic Director Paul Robinson and mark Theatre503's first West End return since their Olivier Award-winning production of The Mountaintop in 2009.
by Stage Tube - Aug 5, 2012
Isabel Keating sang 'I Can't Give You Anything but Love' from the Broadway show Blackbirds of 1928 at Broadway Sessions on June 14th, 2012, accompanied by Joshua Stephen Kartes on the piano. Watch the video of her performance below!
by Stage Tube - May 22, 2012
Happy Birthday, Laurence Olivier! Born in 1907, Olivier remains one of the most revered actors of the 20th century. He was the first artistic director of the National Theatre of Great Britain and its main stage is named in his honour. Olivier's career as a stage and film actor spanned more than six decades and included a wide variety of roles, from the title role in Shakespeare's Othello and Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night to the sadistic Nazi dentist Christian Szell in Marathon Man and the kindly but determined Nazi-hunter in The Boys from Brazil. Olivier played more than 120 stage roles: Richard III, Macbeth, Romeo, Hamlet, Othello, Uncle Vanya, and Archie Rice in The Entertainer. He appeared in nearly sixty films, including William Wyler's Wuthering Heights, Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca, Stanley Kubrick's Spartacus, Otto Preminger's Bunny Lake Is Missing, Richard Attenborough's Oh! What a Lovely War, and A Bridge Too Far, Joseph L. Mankiewicz's Sleuth, John Schlesinger's Marathon Man, Daniel Petrie's The Betsy, Desmond Davis' Clash of the Titans, and his own Henry V, Hamlet, and Richard III.