Monthly Archives: October 2013

Brilliant Brief Encounter

Tweet  ENTERTAINMENT, creative invention and engaging story are all important goals and every performer is questing them. Kneehigh’s revitalized production of Noel Coward’s ‘Brief Encounter’ had all these ingredients by the truckload in its Melbourne Festival season.  They used the … Continue reading

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The Turning

Tweet For actors, one great aspect of ‘The Turning’ is the opportunity to observe, side by side, a diverse cast – from those with little experience to those with a huge amount of experience.   And it is interesting to see … Continue reading

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Rehearsing in a BIG movie

Tweet  Even in LA on a big movie you might not get much rehearsal time.   DAVID PATERSON has recently shot some scenes opposite COLIN FARRELL in the soon to be released “Saving Mr Banks”.  HOW MUCH REHEARSAL DID HE … Continue reading

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Laura Linney Listening

Tweet    There’s a lot of time to watch movies on a flight across the Pacific and I had never seen Peter Weir’s “The Truman Show”, so I watched it. LAURA LINNEY is fantastic in it.  The way she listens … Continue reading

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Tweet  Broadway!!  That’s the BIG deal, isn’t it! Actors in the USA always put there Broadway credits first and then their Off Broadway credits and everything else goes after that. I was very excited to be seeing my first Broadway … Continue reading

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