The English Theatre Of Hamburg




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April 2010

Dear Friends of The English Theatre of Hamburg

 We hope that you have seen or will soon see THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES by Frank D. Gilroy. This production, directed by Jenny Lee, a London director, has received nothing but good reviews and audiences have enjoyed the play tremendously. It closes on 17 April, so time is running out.

 Our next season is in the planning stages, but we should soon be able to announce the plays we will do. As always, we like to remind you that by subscribing to our next season you can see four plays for the price of three.

 Clifford Dean and Robert Rumpf

This issue

   

Coming Soon

Our next production, DEADLY GAME by David Foley, opens on 29 April. This new thriller will soon be published by Samuel French, New York. We have been fortunate to be able to produce the final version of the play prior to the publication of the script.

 Although published copies of DEADLY GAME are not yet available to the public, you can download our free teaching material which includes a summary of the play. You can do so from our website (www.englishtheatre.de).

 We are especially pleased to welcome back Joanne Hildon who will play Camille in DEADLY GAME. She has not performed for us since our 1990/91 Season when she played the young girl in the comedy WHY NOT STAY FOR BREAKFAST? by Gene Stone and Ray Cooney. We are also glad, of course, to welcome to our stage Warren Adams and Les Kenny-Green. All three actors are pictured below.

Photo Gallery

The next cast: 

DEADLY GAME, a new thriller by David Foley, opens on 29 April.

Warren Adams Joanne Hildon Les Kenny-Green

Warren Adams

Joanne Hildon 

Les Kenny-Green

 

The current cast:

THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES by Frank D. Gilroy

Closes 17 April!

Nick Janet

Nick Rhys

Janet Greaves and Craig Pinder

 

(Color photos by Hans-Jürgen Kock)

 

Press Clippings

SZENE HAMBURG, April 2010

Regisseurin Jenny Lee inszeniert diese unterhaltsame Tragikomödie mit viel Liebe zum Detail. Kostüme und Bühnenbild unterstreichen das Schauspielertrio in ihrer gewollt überzogenen Darstellungsweise….

Wochen Blatt, 10. März

Ein großer Theaterabend im kleinen English Theatre of Hamburg an der Mundsburg: Die Premiere des preisgekrönten Broadway-Stücks “The Subject was Roses“ war zu Recht ein voller Erfolg. Ein Stück ohne unrealistisches Happyend, aber mit einem versöhnlichen Ende, sensibel als Kammerspiel in Szene gesetzt von der Regisseurin Jenny Lee und vom gut aufgelegten Ensemble anrührend gespielt.


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