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Collection by Harriet Fehners

Harriet Fehners
May Shelagh Delaney, eighteen, debuts her play “A Taste of Honey,” a drama about working-class characters in a hardscrabble British town. The New York Times will praise the play’s “energetic honesty” and “bittersweet humanity. Drama Education, Theatre Quotes, Play S, Playwright, Working Class, Screenwriting, Mixtape, Will Smith, Kitchen Sink

Shelagh Delaney: a video tribute

Lyn Gardner: The Sheffield revival of A Taste of Honey should help us better remember an unfairly neglected playwright – but here's plenty of footage to be going on with

Fiona Shaw in Richard II at the National Theatre Cottesloe, London, in 1995 Theatre Geek, Theatre Stage, Theater, Shakespeare Characters, Shakespeare Plays, Scenography Theatre, King Richard, London Theatre, National Theatre
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All-female Shakespeare? It's about time

Lyn Gardner: Women will take centre stage at London's Donmar with Phyllida Lloyd's all-star, all-female revival of Julius Caesar – and not a moment too soon

Beautiful representation of a sad mime. Halloween Themes, Halloween Face Makeup, Halloween Costumes, Mime Makeup, Drama Teacher, Halloween Queen, Circus Art, Art Curriculum, Creative Inspiration
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In defence of school drama: don't let arts fall off the curriculum

A narrow focus only on core English Baccalaureate subjects is putting performing arts and qualified drama teachers at risk writes Patrice Baldwin

Anna Friel and Ken Stott in Uncle Vanya, directed by Lindsay Posner. Photograph: Tristram Kenton for the Guardian Terrence Mann, Ken Stott, Young Vic, Anna Friel, The Guardian, Theater, Russia, Grunge, Stage
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Chekhov's Uncle Vanya: from Russia with grunge

What's the right way to do Chekhov? With lace tablecloths and endless cups of tea – or a blast of Nirvana? Stars from three new productions, including Anna Friel and Ken Stott, talk to Stephen Moss

Young, gifted, and jobless - Blackta - The Independent

Young, gifted, and jobless

Saddened and frustrated by the dearth of good parts for black actors, Nathaniel Martello-White decided to remedy the situation. The result, Blackta, opens at London's Young Vic theatre this week

Can Lenny Henry be convinced to go Method? Lenny Henry, Bbc Radio, Acting, Drama, Articles, Drama Theater, Dramas
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BBC Radio 4 Extra - What's So Great About ...?, Series 1, Method Acting

Can Lenny Henry be convinced to go Method?

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