On the National Theater Live Website here
What’s interesting about this, is that it is National Theater Live ( NTL) that is broadcasting the Young vic’s production – not a production of The National Theater. The live stream will take place at established NTL Venues. Undoubtedly, there will be encore showings, and the taped version will become part of NTL’s library for future viewings. Who…
Most of us have seen this when it was shown during recent interviews.
This poster brings to mind ads for vintage monster movies.
And at least one newer one
There are ordinary people who discover the hero within themselves under extraordinary circumstances.
Get ready to fall for the populace of Silverton, OK and the storm chasing team. This docufiction has other screening reviewers convinced that the footage is real; taken from actual tornado chaser and surveillance cameras. I watched YouTube to confirm the similarities, recalling how Richard and the cast would do so on the set and his comments that the green screen tornadoes were how he imagined them. Steven Quale (director), John Swetnam (writer) and Todd Garner (producer) have managed to put together a blockbuster.
In an article devoted to what plays now on the London stage, New Yorkers might see, predicts a New York run for The Crucible next year. Here ( Keeping in mind, as we have said many times before, a New York might not have the identical cast – more to the point, might not include Richard Armitage. ( But I bet he’d love to play this on Broadway if the opportunity arises and his schedule permits).
I was wondering whether I was alone in how underwhelmed I’ve been with Halt and Catch Fire. I so wanted to like it for obvious reasons – I mean Mad Menwithdrawal, which, with 8 Emmy nominations this year, and maybe even some wins, will go out with a bang. Even taking into consideration that I have next to zero interest in the business end of the plot, I found, at least in the first episodes,…
Thank you all who have written on and off blog to inquire about the unusual silence. Honestly, I didn’t get the buzz of reaching half a million views and then just decide to chuck it all in.
If you’ve been following, I have written a few lines in past posts letting you know that I moved from NYC to Mexico in April. I’ve been living here in a short-term vacation rental while I looked for something…
His version [of Proctor] may well rocket John Proctor into …one of the greatest on-stage characters of modern times.
Even more so, Richard Armitage’s flawless portrayal of John Proctor will stay with you for a lifetime. His version of the deeply troubled anti-hero may well rocket John Proctor into your mind as one of the greatest on-stage characters of modern times. He’s a fallen man,…
I’d like to her from those who’ve seen the previews. What did you think of the American accent?