It’s been confirmed that a new bio-musical about the rise to fame of the Bee Gees is in the works, and could be eyeing a place in the West End.
Universal Theatrical Group is the team behind...
Casting confirmed for Donmar's Hotel In Amsterdam & After Miss Julie
Casting updates for future Donmar Warehouse production.....
Hotel In Amsterdam by John Osborne, opens 17 Sep 03, following previews from 11 Sep and booking to 15 Nov 03. The cast includes Tom Hollander , Olivia Williams , Adrian Bower , Anthony Calf , Selina Griffiths. It is directed by Robin Lefevre, designed by Liz Ascroft, with lighting by Mick Hughes. Tells the story of three couples planning a secret weekend in Amsterdam in an effort to get away from the mysterious figure who haunts and dominates each of their lives.
Tom Hollander's London stage credits include "The Threepenny Opera" at the Donmar Warehouse in 1994; "Editing Process" at the Royal Court in 1994;"Mojo" at the Royal Court in 1995; "The Judas Kiss" at the Playhouse in 1998;"King Lear" at the Almeida in 2002. Olivia Williams' London stage credits include "The Broken Heart" & The Wive's Excuse for the RSC at the Barbican Pit in 1995; "Love's Labour's Lost" at the National 2003.
After Miss Julie a version of Strinberg's Miss Julie, by Patrick Marber, opens 25 Nov 03, following previews from 20 Nov and booking to 7 Feb 04. The cast includes Richard Coyle, Kelly Reilly . It is directed by Michael Grandage and designed by Bunny Christie.Takes as its basis August Strinberg's 1888 class-struggle Miss Julie, which tells the tale of the passionate but ultimately destructive sexual liaison between a lowly footman and the sexual aristocrat MIss Julie. Marber's contemporary take on the idea moves the action from a Swedish estate at the end of the 19th Century to an English country house in July 1945, on the night of the Labour Party's victory over Winston Churchill's Tories in the General Election.
Richard Coyle's London stage credits include "The York Realist" at both the Royal Court and Strand Theatres 2002; and "Proof" at the Donmar Warehouse in 2002. Kelly Reilly's London stage credits include "London Cuckolds" at the National in 1998; "Three Sisters" at the Whitehall in 1999; "Blasted" at the Royal Court in 2001. She is currently starring in "Sexual Perversity in Chicago" at the Comedy Theatre until 2 Aug 03