The Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Bill Kenwright are presenting a new stage production of The Exorcist, adapted by John Pielmeier from the novel by William Peter Blatty. The prod...
A Little Night Music at Bridewell Theatre.
A Little Night Music, music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by Hugh Wheeler, directed by Roger Harwood and Dawn Harrison-Wallace is at the Bridewell Theatre, 23 Nov - 03 Dec 2011.
Cast includes Phillip Deppeler (Mr Lindquist ), Kara McLean (Mrs Nordstrom), Sarah Lalin (Mrs Anderssen), Tim Garrad (Mr Erlanson), Kaytie M. Lee (Mrs Segstrom ), Kimberly Barker (Fredrika Armfeldt ), Joyce Lorinstein (Madame Armfeldt), Francisco Javier Orjales-Mourente (butler), Robert J. Stanex (Henrik Egerman ), Karen Braganza (Anne Egerman), Jason Thomas (Fredrik Egerman), Lauren Mole (Petra), Paula Mount (Desirée Armfeldt), Andrew Overin (Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm), Chloe Faine (Countess Charlotte Malcolm), Alexis Rose (maid), Becky Chisholm (maid), Michael Smith (Bertrand).
In turn of the century Sweden, lawyer Fredrik Egerman is married to 18-year-old Anne, who, although they have been married almost a year, is still a virgin. As a treat for her, he buys tickets to see the actress Desirée Armfeldt (an old flame) in a play. Later that night, in Desirée’s digs, the romance is rekindled. But Desirée has been having an affair with a jealous, military man, Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm, husband to the long-suffering Charlotte. And Fredrik’s son, Henrik, is in love with his stepmother Anne. What happens when they all converge at the grand estate of Desirée’s mother, Madame Armfeldt, for a weekend in the country? Humorous and heart breaking, A Little Night Music is a glorious waltz through the tangled web of romance as everybody searches for their perfect match.