Tag Archives: Stage

Simply do it: the experience economy and how we turned our backs on’ material’

New figures present we are still expend less money on buying events, and more on doing things and telling the world about it online afterwards, of course. From theaters to pubs to patronizes, firms are clambering to adapt to this shift It was an presumptuous plan for an unloved fragment of Manchester. A 25 m … Read More

Martin Charnin: he wrote Annie, but he is for ever a Jet-black

The famous lyricist and chairman has had the opposite of a hard-knock life in theater, begin in West Side Story and writing one of the biggest musicals Americas National Theatre in Washington is not so well known as its British equivalent, despite a long record President Abraham Lincoln watched his future executioner John Wilkes Booth … Read More

How’ Sherlock of the library’ cracked the case of vehicles of Shakespeare’s identity

Literary detective Heather Wolfe is shown how her ardour for manuscripts facilitated unravel mystery of who the bard truly was Deep in the Folger Library, in Washington DC, Heather Wolfe says that examining Shakespeare makes an ideal preparation for the onset of Trumps America. You can see her stage: Shakespeare would have revelled in the … Read More

Keira Knightley to play Sugar Plum Fairy in Disney’s The Nutcracker

The Oscar nominee assembles Morgan Freeman and ballerina Misty Copeland in the live-action modification of the Christmas classic Keira Knightley will play the Sugar Plum Fairy in Disneys upcoming adaptation of The Nutcracker. Shell be joined in The Nutcracker and the Four Realms( an adaptation of The Nutcracker and the Mouse King) by Misty Copeland, … Read More

Rob Delaney:’ If I’m not detecting funny about something, that’s fine’

He realise his call as the funniest party on Twitter. But can the Catastrophe writer and star make light of light eras? Catastrophe : noun; an occasion generating great and usually abrupt damage or sustain; a catastrophe Theres a huge titanium dish in Rob Delaneys right arm, one that travels pretty much all the way … Read More

Misdemeanour, social climbing, shotgun weddings: gratify the Shakespeares

A pregnant bride, a father-god who lived in fear of detain, a son-in-law charged with an offence carnal copulation: Shakespeares own family was just as wild and wicked as his formations. Illustration: Matthew Richardsonby Simon Callow Shakespeares inclusiveness, the overwhelming feel in the plays that all human life is there, is necessary that focusing on … Read More