Rock jukebox musical Rock of Ages could be returning to the London stage soon.
Last week, the production shared a video teasing the show’s return with the ta...
Kevin Spacey, announces future productions at The Old Vic Theatre
At a press conference Kevin Spacey announced future productions at the The Old Vic Theatre.
RICHARD II by William Shakespeare, starring Kevin Spacey (Richard II). Opening 4 Oct 2005, following previews from 14 Sep - running to 26 Nov 2005.
ALADDIN a new version of the pantomime by Bille Brown, freely adapted from the translation by Sir Richard Burton of The Thousand and One Nights / Original score by Gareth Valentine. Opening 16 Dec 2005 - running to 22 Jan 2006. Starring Ian McKellen (Widow Twankey ), Roger Allam (Abanazar), Frances Barber (Dim Sum). Directed by Sean Mathias
SOLDIER'S TALE (L'Histoire du Soldat). By Stravinsky, new Arabic/English translation by Abdul Karim Kasid and Rebecca Lenkiewicz. Opening 30 Jan 2006, following previews from 26 Jan - running to 4 Feb 2006. Tells the Faustian tale of a soldier who sells his soul to the devil in return for infinite wealth, and explores the concepts of evil, duality and temptation. (Performed with surtitles)
RESURRECTION BLUES by Arthur Miller. Opening 22 Feb 2006, following previews from 14 Feb - running to 22 April 2006. Directed by Robert Altman, Resurrection Blues, is a satire on the ways that media hype, with official lies, helps to sustain the rule of corrupt government. The play is set in an unnamed Latin American country, where a young revolutionary is captured by the presiding military dictator. General Felix Barriaux seizes the opportunity to improve the country's finances by having the revolutionary executed and selling the television rights.
MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN by Eugene O'Neill. Opening September 2006. Directed by Howard Davies and starring Kevin Spacey as 'James Tyrone'. Set in 1923 Connecticut, explores the tormented and alcoholic James Tyrone, who finds solace one moonlit night in the healing arms of the shy, virginal Josie Hogan. Possessed by the memory of his dead mother and guilt ridden by his own blasphemous behavior, the doomed Tyrone is the only man Josie will ever really know