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Jai Courtney Joins 'THE KAISER'S LAST KISS'

Jai Courtney has joined Film House Germany’s Egoli Tossell Film The Kaiser’s Last Kiss, co-starring Lily James, which will be directed by David Leveaux. The film also stars Christopher Plummer as the Kaiser. 244 more words

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Theatre review: Closer, Donmar Warehouse

First performed at the National Theatre in 1997, Closer was written in a time when popular culture was teeming with studies of overly-sexed, overly-stressed, overly-self-obsessed people and their relationships. 694 more words


Closer, Donmar Warehouse

Originally written for Exeunt.

There’s one image that jumps out from the text of Closer, punching me right in the same organ it describes. Surprisingly, it comes from the mouth not of posturing writer Dan but of the dermatologist with whom he repeatedly crosses swords in pursuit of passion. 748 more words



It’s nights like this that re-energise my theatre-going. A 17-year-old play that has somehow matured with age. Patrick Marber hasn’t been a very prolific playwright, producing only a handful in 20 years, and two of those were adapted from another source. 369 more words


Romeo & Juliet on Broadway

Even waiting in line to get into the theater, Romeo and Juliet is all about Orlando Bloom. Will he really “get hearts racing” as promised on the marquee? 555 more words

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Condola Rashad and Orlando Bloom shine in biracial 'Romeo and Juliet'

David Leveaux’s Romeo and Juliet, staged at the Richard Rogers Theater, opens with a bang.

Literally, the play opens with the loud clang of a church bell, onto a graffitied renaissance fresco of saints that serves as the backdrop for a gang fight. 1,102 more words


Orlando Bloom in IR Relationship - Romeo & Juliet on Broadway

At the end of the summer, New York Theater will welcome Orlando Bloom in his Broadway debut as Romeo in David Leveaux’s upcoming production of  232 more words