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The Shadow Factory is written by one of Britain's greatest living playwrights, Portsmouth-born Howard Brenton, directed by Samuel Hodges and designed by 59 Productions, the Tony award-winning design team behind the London 2012 Opening Ceremony. Tickets for Dan Snow in conversation with Paul ...

In 1974, Blackmore launched Birmingham's Second City Theatre with Fired, a show devised by the company and playwright David Edgar. ... Vivid stagings of Howard Brenton's The Genius, Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire (1986) and Alan Ayckbourn's Woman in Mind (1987) proved to be ...
Proud Haddock celebrate unearthed stories from classical playwrights. They arrive at Jermyn Street ... The ESCAPE season opened with the world premiere of Howard Brenton's The Blinding Light, directed by Tom Littler, which was nominated for four OffWestEnd Awards. This was followed by the world ...
In 1974, Howard Brenton gave Nottingham Playhouse a jolt of patriot-shocking theatrical electricity with The Churchill Play, set 10 years in the future in an ... The problem is that in focusing on causes for complaint, and simmering class antagonisms too, the playwright consigns the expected flesh and blood ...
[on account of] the subject, the setting and the concentration of the action into a single, 90-minute act”. What was new to Parisian audiences then is simultaneously standard and old-fashioned today. Yet Miss Julie remains riveting. Tom Littler's production of this new text by playwright Howard Brenton (from ...
It's a fashion for playwrights to "bring their own worlds" to classics, which means mucking them about to make them "modern and relevant". This is an age that craves instant, twittered ... He's the first great "modernist" playwright yet very close to the Greeks, particularly Euripides. A bitter humour flashes as his ...
DAVID IRELAND (Playwright)'s plays include What The Animals Say (Oran Mor, Glasgow), Everything Between Us (Tinderbox), The End Of Hope ... Within the past sixty years, John Osborne, Samuel Beckett, Arnold Wesker, Ann Jellicoe, Howard Brenton, David Hare have started their careers at the Court.
“Evan's impressive work at Yale and extensive directing credits make her the perfect person to develop our gifted actors and playwrights as she leads ... for Theatre for a New Audience, where she previously directed her Ohio State Murders and the Off-Broadway premiere of Howard Brenton's Sore Throats.


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