Theatre

“I love getting dirty and I love getting cold. It only helps your performance, anything that’s physical. I can’t stand faking things.” – Florence Pugh Oscar-nominated actress Florence Pugh has made quite an impact recently with acclaimed performances in recent films like Fighting with My Family, Midsommar, and Little Women. However, Pugh actually began acting
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Jordana Kulak “Why are you taking a public speaking class if you’re already an actress?”   I could write a novel about why that statement is inaccurate, but for now, I’ll just write this roughly-500-word column.  By the time I was ten, I already felt comfortable on stage in front of a full house. The
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I love Center Stage. There I said it. And I’m not ashamed to admit it either.  It is one of my favorite guilty pleasures. If I pass it on TV, I can’t stop watching it until I see everyone clapping around Jody to the piano version of “We’re Dancing.” I can’t explain why I love
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In the late 1980s a group of people – free-thinkers they liked to say – found themselves drawn together in San Francisco. They were from all over the place, each one was looking for something different in their lives. They wanted to make a difference. The group, led by an eccentric, almost cult-like figure named
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[embedded content] Happy birthday, Richard E. Grant! The Academy Award-nominated actor turns 63 years old today. Grant will likely always be best known for his star-making performance in the 1987 classic film Withnail & I, but he has had also appeared in a number of acclaimed films over the past few decades including 2018’s Can
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[embedded content] Happy birthday, Richard Jenkins! The Oscar-nominated actor turns 73 years old today. Though many people recognize Jenkins for his hilarious performance in the 2008 comedy Step Brothers, Jenkins has received his greatest acclaim for his dramatic performances in films like The Visitor (2007), Burn After Reading (2008), The Shape of Water (2017), and
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The Prince of Egypt has opened at the Dominion Theatre in London’s West End, and audiences couldn’t be happier! This modern take on a classic story is tons of fun for viewers of all ages, and now it can be enjoyed by the large crowds that are sure to flock to the historic Dominion Theatre.
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All-Star West End Cast join #CheerUpCharlie – The Show to champion anti-bullying #CheerUpCharlie – The Show which will be taking place at The Actors’ Church in Covent Garden on Sunday 3rd May at 7.30pm with an All-Star West End Cast celebrating their Ambassador Charlie Kristensen and his campaign with The Diana Award to raise awareness of anti-bullying. Proceeds from
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The musical classic and fan favourite Cabaret is on tour in the UK and is making a stop at the historic New Wimbledon Theatre in London! The dark wartime drama is not for the faint of heart, but it’s sure to impress any crowd who can handle the heavy subject matter. Whether you’re a fan
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Wicked has been a highly regarded and well-received musical for 17 years now, and it is no surprise that it remains a popular performance across the world. It has been a mainstay in London’s West End for over a decade, showing at the Apollo Victoria throughout its run. This year, the production has undergone some
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The raving success Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen moved to London’s Noël Coward Theatre in November 2019 and fans are flocking to see this fantastic production. From the minds of the creators of La La Land and The Greatest Showman, Dear Evan Hansen is the hit Broadway musical about a high school kid who has
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London’s historic West End is one of the most famed and well-respected theatre districts in the world, with a wide variety of award-winning performances gracing its theatres every single day. Comparisons to Broadway are apt in the minds of some, but the West End has a more historic, less hectic feel that allows for a
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