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Production Profiles: Cast Member Charles Tomlin

Charles Tomlin is a Jamaican born actor of excellent repute. He has acted in the UK for 30 years and was a much loved actor back in Jamaica before that. 201 more words

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SFS: MTT CONDUCTS 20TH CENTURY GREATS

It was one of those nights where I  ended up in the city watching the San Francisco Symphony perform. The pieces played were modern (composed mostly in 1940s, I believe), which is different from the usual symphonies I go to. 523 more words

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Holly Williams in discussion with David Lan

It starts with a play – and a passion. The Young Vic may have developed a reputation as the home of so-called ‘director’s theatre’, offering radical takes on classic plays directed by the likes of Joe Hill-Gibbins, Ivo van Hove, Benedict Andrews, Carrie Cracknell and Simon Stone, but for artistic director David Lan, the really crucial component is still the play. 708 more words

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'Sister Act' opening this weekend in Jonesborough

A disco diva (Deloris Van Cartier) hiding out at a convent?! What’s not to love about this hilarious musical?

For more information regarding dates and show times and also to reserve your tickets, visit  17 more words

Production Profiles: Cast Member Nathan Thomas


London based, British born. Actor, model and youth worker, Nathan Thomas grew up in London with Jamaican parents. He attended and trained at both Morley Drama studio and Anna Shears Drama school. 99 more words

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Award-Winning Playwright Thomas Bradshaw Announces Play on America's First Mixed - Race Family

Fearless American playwright, Thomas Bradshaw, has been commissioned by the Marin Theatre Company (MTC) in California for a play named Thomas and Sally.

This satiric comedy will explore the relationship between American founding father, Thomas Jefferson, his mixed slave mistress Sally Hemings (who was the half-sister of his deceased wife) and their children, in a time when interracial relationships were illegal. 129 more words

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