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Now In The Wings On A World Stage

Summary: Kevin Spacey, Sam Mendes and the Bridge Project Company reveal some of the most intimate moments behind the scenes of their staging of Richard III.

Year: 2014

Australian Cinema Release Date: 4th December, 2014

Australian DVD Release Date: TBA

Country: USA

Director: Jeremy Whelehan

Screenwriter: Nil

Cast: Maureen Anderman (Duchess Of York), Stephen Lee Anderson (Sir Richard Ratcliffe), Jeremy Bobb (Sir William Catesby/Second Murder), Nathan Darrow (Lord Grey/Henry, Earl Of Richmond), Jack Ellis (Lord Hastings), Hadyn Gwynne (Queen Elizabeth), Chukwudi Iwuji (Duke Of Buckingham), Isaiah Johnson (Lord Rivers/Scrivener), Gemma Jones (Queen Margaret), Andrew Long (King Edward IV/Bishop Of Ely), Katherine Manners (Young Richard Duke Of York), Sam Mendes (himself), Howard W. Overshown (Brackenbury/Lord Mayor Of London), Simon Lee Phillips (Sir James Tyrell/Duke Of Norfolk), Gary Powell (First Murderer/Sir Frances Lovel), Michael Rudko (Lord Standley), Annabel Scholey (Lady Anne), Kevin Spacey (Richard Duke Of Gloucester), Gavin Stenhouse (Marquess Of Dorset), Hannah Stokely (Young Edward Prince Of Wales), Chandler Williams (Clarence)

Runtime: 97 mins

Classification: CTC

 

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Trailer:

Broadway Romeo & Juliet

Prejudice. Anger. Betrayal. And the chance that true love could actually conquer all. It could only be the greatest love story of all time…

Filmed live on Broadway and starring the British actor Orlando Bloom (Pirates of the Caribbean, The Lord of the Rings) and two-time Tony Award nominee Condola Rashad, this dazzling new production of Romeo and Juliet is a modern take on one of Shakespeare’s best-loved plays. Staged on Broadway for the first time in 36 years, director David Leveaux brings a dynamic energy and contemporary setting to his interpretation of this eternally tragic tale of star-crossed lovers.

With 2014 marking the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, Broadway’s Romeo and Juliet will appeal both to the regular theatre-goer and those coming to Shakespeare for the very first time.

Official website: http://www.romeoandjulietbroadway.com/

View the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2VjsmEVeKI

CAST

Romeo                                   Orlando Bloom

Juliet                                      Condola Rashad

Friar Laurence                     Brent Carver

Nurse                                     Jayne Houdyshell

Lord Capulet                        Chuck Cooper

Lady Capulet                        Roslyn Ruff

Mercutio                                Christian Camargo

Benvolio                                Conrad Kemp

Tybalt                                     Corey Hawkins

Prince Escalus                     Geoffrey Owens

Lord Montague                    Michael Rudko

Lady Montague                    Tracy Sallows

PRODUCTION

Stage Director                      David Leveaux

Scenic Design                      Jesse Poleshuck

Costume Design                 Fabio Toblini

Lighting Design                   David Weiner

Original Music/

Sound Design                      David Van Tieham

Directed for the screen       Don Roy King

 

 

 

SCREENING FROM MAY 17 AT SELECT CINEMAS NATIONALLY

 

VIC: Cinema Nova, Village Rivoli Cinemas, Palace Cinema Como, Palace Brighton Bay, Palace Balwyn, Sorrento Athenaeum, Upper Yarra Arts Centre and The Memo Healesville

NSW: Dendy Opera Quays, Cremorne Orpheum, Dendy Newtown, Palace Norton Street, Event Cinemas Bondi Junction, Event Cinemas Castle Hill, Avoca Beach Picture Theatre, Palace Byron Bay, Greater Union Newcastle

ACT: Dendy Canberra, Palace Electric

QLD: Dendy Portside, Palace Barracks, Noosa 5 Cinemas, BCC Toowoomba Strand Cinema, BCC Pacific Fair

SA: Palace Nova Eastend, Event Cinemas Marion

WA: Luna Cinemas Windsor

TAS: State Cinema