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Play Reviews: Blood Brothers

Play Reviews: Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers ALBERY WILLY RUSSELL'S musical--book, music and lyrics, all by Russell, has a smashing storyline, indifferent lyrics and an intriguing, irritating mix of music, so much so that I would think that with such a strongly invented vehicle on his hands, it might have bee
August 11, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre News: Lakeside to Stateside

Theatre News: Lakeside to Stateside

Lakeside to Stateside A LAKELAND Theatre has be come so popular with American tourists that a new booking agen cy has been opened in New York. Keswick's Century Theatre, on the shores of Derwentwater, re ceives many visitors from all over the world who come to see shows during th
April 14, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Opera and Dance: That Was Fast

Opera and Dance: That Was Fast

That Was Fast THE PLACE RICHARD Allen and Karen Pearlman are a husband and wife duo from New York, travelling widely to present dance-verse programmes in the US, Australia and Britain. While their ener gy and enterprise cannot be denied (they arrived at The Place armed with glowi
August 11, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Opera and Dance: Dance Theatre of Harlem

Opera and Dance: Dance Theatre of Harlem

Dance Theatre of Harlem COLISEUM WITH LONDON saturated in ballet just now, it was only at the third performance that I managed to catch up with Dance Theatre of Harlem's multi-programme season. But it was not a happy occasion. Someone seems to have been flattening the energy, ent
August 11, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Opera and Dance: Suite en blanc and Gaite Parisienne

Opera and Dance: Suite en blanc and Gaite Parisienne

Suite en blanc and Gaite Parisienne ROH THE THIRD programme by the Australian Ballet at Covent Garden offered a contasting display of classicism and spoof, and since all ballet companies tick with a mixture of seriousness and in-jokes it was a pretty good eye-opener to these Aust
August 11, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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Opera and Dance: Compagnie Preljocaj

Opera and Dance: Compagnie Preljocaj

Compagnie Preljocaj ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND DRAMA OF ALL the different workshops and performances making up Glasgow's first Focus on Dance festival last month--mostly presented in the splendid new studios and theatres of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music--the visit
August 11, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
^fc^SSS^^^^H^HP ALRA's commitment to ^Jj^^^^^^^^E^^^ excellence in both theatre and the modern recorded ^^^^^^^H^P media, its distinguished faculty ^^^^^^^^^and unrivalled

^fc^SSS^^^^H^HP ALRA's commitment to ^Jj^^^^^^^^E^^^ excellence in both theatre and the modern recorded ^^^^^^^H^P media, its distinguished faculty ^^^^^^^^^and unrivalled

facilities have placed it in the vanguard of performing arts training. V THREE YEAR ACTORS COURSE* TWO YEAR ACTORS COURSE* POST GRADUATE ACTORS COURSE PERFORMING ARTS DANCE COURSE TECHNICAL TELEVISION COURSE STAGE MANAGEMENT COURSE a Accredited by the National Council (or Drama
April 14, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: Zack

Regional Reviews: Zack

Zack NEWBURY DOES man like to be dominated by woman? Hobson's Choice, and Euan Smith's entertaining production of this comedy of money, manners and love, give one the feeling that Brighouse did--he may in 1916 have been acknowledging the importance of women asserting themselves,
August 11, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: Guys and Dolls

Regional Reviews: Guys and Dolls

Guys and Dolls WORTHING PACE, colour and a nostalgic evocation of a New York City ethos, now sadly fast disappearing, are among the prin cipal qualities to emerge from the Connaught Theatre's summer season production of Frank Loesser's Guys and Dolls. What is so refreshing is tha
August 11, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: Ariel comes out whiter than white

Regional Reviews: Ariel comes out whiter than white

Ariel comes out whiter than white ANN FITZGERALD praises Duncan Bell's performance STRATFORD The Tempest A BLEACHED, white disc of an island, surrounded by billowing clouds and misty light, (Designer, David Fielding), is an evocative setting for Nicholas Hytner's production, inve
August 11, 1988 - The Stage - London, London, England