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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tupelo scholars: Rotary Club honors 182 Tupelo studentsfrom Tupelo are, front center, Amelia Pongetti; first row, from left, Avery Gog
Tupelo scholars: Rotary Club honors 182 Tupelo students
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 6 days ago
from Tupelo are, front center, Amelia Pongetti; first row, from left, Avery Goggans, Hanna Price, Caroline Thompson, Emma Rice; back row, Bailie White, Avery Gibens, Katherine Holliman, Will Herrington, Walker Fortenberry and James Grant. By... Read more
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The Irish Times
Hoodwinked, tongue-tied, fair play: Everyday phrases Shakespeare gave usand many theatres have undertaken to stage them. Earlier this year the artistic
Hoodwinked, tongue-tied, fair play: Everyday phrases Shakespeare gave us
The Irish Times / Posted 9 days ago
and many theatres have undertaken to stage them. Earlier this year the artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe theatre, Emma Rice, was sanguine about rewording “the difficult bits” of Shakespeare as “pretty general practice”. You too,... Read more
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Gazette News
Review: A Matter of Life and Death - well not quite but you'll be sorry you'd missed it!by one of the greatest films to come out of the Forties brought up to date by T
Review: A Matter of Life and Death - well not quite but you'll be sorry you'd missed it!
Gazette News / Posted 17 days ago
by one of the greatest films to come out of the Forties brought up to date by Tom Morris, he of War Horse fame, and Emma Rice, she of cutting edge Kneehigh Theatre fame. Telling the story of a Second World War pilot, who misses his official... Read more
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Evening Standard
Summer spectaculars: the shows to book nowStreisand on a bigger stage. Girl power. A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Shakespea
Summer spectaculars: the shows to book now
Evening Standard / Posted 25 days ago
Streisand on a bigger stage. Girl power. A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Shakespeare’s Globe, 30 April to 11 September Emma Rice, formerly of Kneehigh Theatre, has promised to build a forest at The Globe for this production of Shakespeare’s... Read more
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Gazette News
Curtain Call: Emily-May Hyde on hitting those high notes, trying not to laugh in rehearsals and getting ready for a new adventure.goodness! Which actor (s) performer (s) do you most admire and why? I honestl
Curtain Call: Emily-May Hyde on hitting those high notes, trying not to laugh in rehearsals and getting ready for a new adventure.
Gazette News / Posted 26 days ago
goodness! Which actor (s) performer (s) do you most admire and why? I honestly can't pick one person! I love people like Emma Rice who adapted A Matter of Life and Death because she isn't afraid to take risks and really pushes the boundaries of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sir Matthew Bourne to revive The Red Shoes saying ballet 'dazzles your senses and breaks your heart'original Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale has been adapted by theatre compani
Sir Matthew Bourne to revive The Red Shoes saying ballet 'dazzles your senses and breaks your heart'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
original Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale has been adapted by theatre companies from its original form, including by Emma Rice at Kneehigh. Saying the story was not going to "ape" the film, Sir Matthew added he hoped it would help introduce... Read more
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Evening Standard
50 things to do in London this Springupdating of Christopher Marlowe’s classic tale of a deal with the devil. 24. A
50 things to do in London this Spring
Evening Standard / Posted a month ago
updating of Christopher Marlowe’s classic tale of a deal with the devil. 24. A Midsummer Night’s Dream A new era dawns as Emma Rice takes over as artistic director of the Globe. Her “Wonder Season” starts with a magical night in the Athenian... Read more

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