“Treasure Chamber” Scene | NARNIA: PRINCE CASPIAN at The Logos Theatre

[Peter] The door that leads to the treasure chamber! [Edmund] By jove! C’mon! Get these vines out of the way… [Peter] I can’t see anything. If only we had a torch. [Edmund] I have the birthday gift I got last week. My torch. [Peter] Perfect. [Edmund] Can’t believe it… It’s our treasure chamber. [Lucy] Oh Susan, look! [Susan] […]

New Diorama Theatre’s DOWN & OUT IN PARIS AND LONDON Trailer (2016)

GEORGE My name is George Orwell and I am a terrible writer POLLY As a journalist I’ve lived a very comfortable life… POLLY …but this was already a different city. GEORGE I hadn’t washed in three weeks… GEORGE …and was spending days without food. POLLY I’d travelled all across London and still was jobless. GEORGE I can’t see […]

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie | Introducing Festival 2020 | Chichester Festival Theatre

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie is probably Muriel Spark’s most famous novel. It went on, of course, to be a famous film starring Maggie Smith and this is a wonderful play, a big play on our main stage. It tells the story of an inspirational, unconventional teacher and perhaps also touches on the influence and impact those […]

Dame Maggie Smith wins Best Actress Award at Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2019

Welcome to the stage the unstoppable force that is Damian Lewis. The Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress, of course, goes to Dame Maggie Smith. I’m really very pleased to get this award because it’s just so long ago that I got one when I started. So – and I got it because they couldn’t think of anybody […]

Northanger Abbey – University of Iowa Department of Theatre Arts

[MUSIC PLAYING] VOICES: (MRS. MORLAND, MRS. ALLEN) CATHERINE! CATHERINE! JANE: NO ONE WHO HAD EVER SEEN CATHERINE MORLAND IN HER INFANCY WOULD HAVE THOUGHT HER BORN TO BE AN HEROINE. HER SITUATION IN LIFE, THE CHARACTER OF HER FATHER AND MOTHER, HER OWN PERSON AND DISPOSITION, WERE ALL EQUALLY AGAINST HER. CATHERINE LOVED ALL BOYS PLAYS, AND GREATLY […]

Top 10 London Musicals

You haven’t truly experienced the magic of musical theatre until you’ve enjoyed a West End show. Here’s the visitlondon.com guide to the top 10 musicals in town. At number 10 – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Grab your own golden ticket and step inside the weird and wonderful Wonka Chocolate Factory. Number 9 – The Commitments. Set in […]

Easter Church Drama UMTV

[narrator] An ancient painting has lessons for modern living. [Bill Roberts] It’s a question we all ask ourselves: “How strong is our faith?” [narrator] Bill Roberts directs the play “Master, is it I?” based on da Vinci’s iconic image of the Last Supper. [Actor] To us, He said, “Let not your hearts be troubled.” [narrator] Members of Grace […]

Cambridge students’ first theatre experience with The Convert

He has come and brought the white man as our teacher, to guide us from those ways. And what is it that’s wrong with our ways? The Convert is a play that’s set in the 19th century and even though it seems like a historical play it actually has themes that are relevant today such as the struggle […]

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