Nigel Hawthorne on Stage

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Univ of Hertfordshire Press, 2005 M04 27 - 380 páginas
Presenting a fresh look at postwar theater, this study of the late Sir Nigel Hawthorne’s 50-year career in the theater focuses on the personal journey of one of Britain’s finest actors. Providing detailed analysis of Hawthorne's stage work, this authorized biography is illuminated and enriched by personal insights derived from Hawthorne's own memories and those of his colleagues. Broad discussions about Hawthorne's personal development as well as the direction stage acting took in the 20th century are integrated with details about the actor's extensive career.
 

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Journeying Home
1
The Journey 19291974
7
Frontispiece
13
Letter acknowledging membership of Cape Town Repertory
19
TegeusChromis in A Phoenix Too Frequent 1949
28
Nigel on Table Mountain above Camps Bay Cape Town
34
Nigel with Brian Brooke Company members aboard
41
Jim Brent in Quiet Weekend Northampton 1954
54
A Strolling Player
154
Falstaff in Henry IV Part 1 1970
156
Changing Direction
173
The Arrival 19752001
185
Owen in Clouds 1976
192
The Magistrate National Theatre 1986
220
Leap of Faith
224
S Lewis in Shadowlands New York 1990
246

African Summer
57
Look Back in Anger
62
Edmund Tyrone in Long Days Journey into Night 1958
68
Aston in The Caretaker 1960
77
Nigels caricature of The Caretaker cast
78
The Holy Terror of Stratford East
95
Portrait of Joan Littlewood
96
In Angers Wake
124
Invitation and tickets to Early Morning 1968
137
Every Inch a King
252
Nigel unveiling Turnerellis bust of George III at the British
275
Reason in Madness
278
King Lear RSC 1999
294
Stage
305
Screen
329
A Most Ingenious Paradox
337
Works cited
363
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\Kathleen Riley is the author of Dionysus Since 69: Greek Tragedy at the Dawn of the Third Millennium.

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