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Henrik Ibsen (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈhɛnɾɪk ˈɪpsən]; 20 March 1828 – 23 May 1906) was a major 19th-century Norwegian playwright, theatre director, and poet. He is often referred...

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  • Stage whispers

      News Source: Sydney Morning Herald | 3 days ago
    Toad of Toad Hall from The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. The 2014 Olivier Awards were announced this week, and hopes that Barry Humphries' farewell tour would receive recognition were dashed by a production of Wind in the Willows .
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      News Source: The Journal Gazette | 5 days ago
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  • Small theatres flex muscles at the Oliviers

      News Source: BBC | 6 days ago
    Small theatres flex muscles in West End Entertainment and arts correspondent, BBC News Oliviers winners: Lesley Manville and Sir Richard Eyre It was a night when London's smaller theatres showed the West End who was boss. Islington's Almeida Theatre
  • Mormon triumphs at Olivier Awards

      News Source: BBC | 6 days ago
    Book of Mormon musical triumphs at Olivier Awards The Book of Mormon previously won nine Tony awards in 2011, including best musical West End hit The Book of Mormon has won four prizes at the 2014 Olivier Awards, including best new musical. The
  • Judi Dench, Jude Law up for UK's Olivier Awards

      News Source: Charlotte Observer Online | 6 days ago
    An acclaimed revival of Henrik Ibsen's grueling "Ghosts" was an early winner at London's Olivier stage awards Sunday, taking prizes for best revival and best supporting actor. Director Richard Eyre adapted the play, stripping Ibsen's 19th-century
  • What Ever Happened to Earle Hyman?

      News Source: Datzhott | 16 days ago
    Most fans will recognize Earle Hyman as Cliff Huxtable's lovable dad on The Cosby Show , a role that garnered him an Emmy nod. But there's a lot more to this 87-year-old stage veteran and past Tony nominee, who shared with JET some reflections on his
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      News Source: Japan Times | 18 days ago
    I'm really happy and really moved and I'm so humble about that. One of the most influential, magnetic and busy English playwrights at work today, 43-year-old Simon Stephens opened his round eyes wide and laughed with delight when I told him I'd just
  • Dreamlike drama poses question of redemption

      News Source: The Journal Gazette | 1 month ago
    Spamalot means comedy Producing a comedy is serious business something the cast of Fort Wayne Civic Theatre's “Spamalot” knows well.“I think the key to comedy is to take it seriously,” actor Scott Rumage says. Today 3:00 am NBC anchor Williams: Sorry


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