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The London stage comes to Cineplex

Following the huge international success this month of the National Theatre’s Hamlet on screen — you know, the one starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the moody Danish college kid — a selection of London theatre’s hottest offerings come to Cineplex’s Front Row Centre initiative in a newly expanded series. 286 more words


Notes on Chai

“Two Passport Size photo, electric bill copy, drivers’ licence copy, 75 Rs. stamp paper”

…repeated one of the many characters personified by Jyoti Dogra in her monologue ‘Notes on Chai’.

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A bit of autumn cleanup

It’s been a crazy busy autumn as usual, but I’m getting back to some fun upcoming projects.

Next Friday, the 4th of December, The Bracebridge School of Ballet… 205 more words

Deaf actor Jack Volpe sees signs of progress in Segal Centre's Tribes

I’m about 10 seconds into my interview with deaf actor Jack Volpe when I commit a standard faux pas. As we make our opening pleasantries, I instinctively turn my attention toward his ASL interpreter, Jordan Goldman, before being gently reminded that, actually, it’s Volpe who’s addressing me. 1,035 more words


The Volto Mask, People from Home

The shape of the mask I initially designed for Lorenzo is that of the Volto (face in Italian), also called Larva (ghost in Italian). It is a very simple, oval-shape white mask, worn by both men and women. 196 more words

Year 3

'Life Revealed' a Reading Highlight of 2015

Jeanne Eagels: A Life Revealed – the first biography of the legendary actress to be published in 85 years, which tells ‘the tragic story of the beautiful, Academy Award-nominated film and Broadway star’ – has been named among the Best Film Books of 2015 by historian Thomas Gladysz, in his annual round-up for the Huffington Post.


Interview: Phantom of the Opera's John Owen-Jones

The Phantom of the Opera has been seen by over a million people worldwide and is celebrating its 30th year in the West End this year. 900 more words