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Did You Know...? CHRISTOPHER FRY 18th December

Christopher Fry: Selected Plays

Did you know that the late playwright Christopher Fry was born Christopher Harris in Bristol one hundred and seven years ago on 18 December 1907? 1,243 more words

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A delightful crush fest of summer love – Amicus Productions' A Month in the Country

Spent a delightful afternoon at the Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills yesterday for a matinée performance of Amicus Productions’ A Month in the Country (Ivan Turgenev, translated by Constance Garnett and adapted by Christopher Douglas), directed by Maureen Lukie. 461 more words

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alumnaetheatre reblogged this on The Alumnae Theatre Company's Blog and commented:

Sounds wonderful! Many of the cast have previously appeared on Alumnae Theatre stage - most recently Chris Coculuzzi and Carol McLennan in The Lady's Not For Burning (January 2014). Other familiar names include Kathleen Jackson Allamby (February) and Zvi Gilbert (Homeward Bound). A Month in the Country director Maureen Lukie was a delightfully flustered Mrs. Bennet in Alumnae's 2009 production of Pride & Prejudice, with real-life spouse James Lukie as Mr. Bennet.

Photo shoot with Lisa MacIntosh

Had so much fun on Saturday, spending the early afternoon with photographer Lisa MacIntosh and makeup artist Rebecca Kupferstein up in the Studio at Alumnae Theatre… 102 more words

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alumnaetheatre reblogged this on The Alumnae Theatre Company's Blog and commented:

Former bloggergal for Alumnae Theatre, Cathy McKim (also a scenic artist, most recently for The Lady's Not For Burning in January; AND an actor - Wit and Lady Windermere's Fan, among others) had a photo shoot in the Studio.

A world on a stage – scenic work on The Lady's Not For Burning @ Alumnae Theatre

Hey all –

As promised, here’s the slideshow extravaganza of the work for my recent scenic artist gig on Alumnae Theatre’s production of The Lady’s Not For Burning… 75 more words

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alumnaetheatre reblogged this on The Alumnae Theatre Company's Blog and commented:

Scenic artist Cathy McKim's slideshow: a fascinating look at The Lady's Not For Burning set painting in progress.  It takes a village to make a production, for sure!  The shot of the cast & director sitting onstage was taken at the post-matinee Talkback on February 2.

A world on a stage – scenic work on The Lady's Not For Burning @ Alumnae Theatre

Hey all –

As promised, here’s the slideshow extravaganza of the work for my recent scenic artist gig on Alumnae Theatre’s production of The Lady’s Not For Burning… 75 more words

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Amicus Productions' "Scotland Road" opens Jan 30 at Papermill Theatre

No, it’s not an Alumnae production, but there’s a company member and several friends-of involved!  Plus we’re cross-promoting with our current show, The Lady’s Not For Burning… 114 more words

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Audition notice for “Rabbit Hole”

The January show (The Lady’s Not For Burning) has not yet opened, but already Alumnae Theatre Company is holding auditions for the final production of our season. 218 more words

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