The English Theatre Of Hamburg




Newsletter
February, 2011

Dear Friends of The English Theatre of Hamburg,

After a successful twelve week run of Patrick Cargill’s comedy DON’T MISUNDERSTAND ME, we were sad to see it come to an end, but we hope to see all the members of this wonderful cast back on our stage in future plays.
Our guest director this year, Julian Woolford, and a group of six professional actors, chosen by him in London, are now treating audiences to a splendid production of Bernard Shaw’s MRS WARREN’S PROFESSION. Patricia Royo’s period costumes, Mathias Wardeck’s beautiful set design and Geoff Humphrys’s lighting enhance this exciting and powerful production of the classic play which was written in 1893. For an English and German language summary of the play as well as teaching material you can go to our website: www.englishtheatre.de

Production plans are already underway for the final play of our current season, ROSE’S DILEMMA, a comedy by all time favourite Neil Simon.

We hope to see you again soon at The English Theatre of Hamburg.

Sincerely yours,

Clifford Dean and Robert Rumpf




The English Theatre of Hamburg  |  U-Bahn Mundsburg
Lerchenfeld 14  |  22081 Hamburg  |  Germany
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Photos of Bernard Shaw’s MRS WARREN’S PROFESSION
   directed by Julian Woolford: 

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Vivie Warren (Jennifer Kidd) understands that her mother was so desperate in her youth that she turned to prostitution as the only possible way to make a decent living. After admitting to the circumstances of her past, Mrs Warren (Jilly Bond) is happy to have her daughter’s love and respect.

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Mrs Warren is alarmed when she hears that her business partner, Sir George Crofts
(Christopher Knott), has told Vivie that her mother still runs brothels all over Europe.

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When Mrs Warren admitted to her daughter that she had been a prostitute in her youth,
Vivie understood, but when she later hears from Sir George Crofts that her mother
is still in the business she confronts her mother harshly with her disapproval.

 

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