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...
Tom Goodman-Hill and Anthony Calf join Thandie Newton in Death and the Maiden at Comedy 13 Oct 2011
Tom Goodman-Hill and Anthony Calf join previously mentioned Thandie Newton in Death and the Maiden, by Ariel Dorfman, which opens at the Comedy Theatre 24 Oct 2011, following previews from 13 Oct - booking to 21 Jan 2012.
Directed by Jeremy Herrin , designed by Peter McKintosh, produced by Creative Management and Productions (CMP)& Lyndi Adler
An account of confession and revenge set against the backdrop of a new democracy, emerging from a long period of dictatorship. A former political prisoner suffered at the hands of a captor whose face she never saw, but whose voice and mannerisms she recalls with terrifying clarity. Years later, and as if by fate, she acts as judge and jury to a man she believes to have been her oppressor. She struggles to find a form of reconciliation for the experience that she and others, have endured.
Tom Goodman-Hill (Gerado) has performed in a number of West End productions including Enron, Monty Python's Spamalot and An Inspector Calls. Tom has also appeared in Earthquakes in London and Tartuffe (National Theatre), as well as Bartholomew Fair, Talk of the City and The Two Gentlemen of Verona for the RSC.
Anthony Calf (Doctor Roberto Miranda) London stage credits include The Power of Yes at the Lyttelton, NT in 2010; Gethsemane & Never So Good at the NT in 2008; Rock 'n' Roll at Royal Court & Duke of York's in 2006; The False Servant at the NT in 2004; Hotel in Amsterdam at the Donmar Warehouse in 2003; Cressida at the Albery in 2000; Betrayal at the NT in 1998; My Night With Reg at the Criterion in 1994. His many TV appearances include New Tricks as Strickland and Holby City as Michael Beauchamp
Thandie Newton (Paulina Salas) many film credits include "The Pursuit of Happyness"," Mission: Impossible II", "Crash", "Run, Fatboy, Run" and "W". Her TV credits include Makemba "Kem" Likasu in "ER".