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by Lynn Redgrave

Download Shakespeare for my father: A one-woman play in two acts ePub
  • ISBN 0573627584
  • ISBN13 978-0573627583
  • Language English
  • Author Lynn Redgrave
  • Publisher S. French (2001)
  • Pages 61
  • Formats rtf docx doc lrf
  • Category Reference
  • Size ePub 1324 kb
  • Size Fb2 1866 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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Shakespeare for My Father is a one-woman play written and performed by Lynn Redgrave. The play concerns Redgrave's relationship with her father, the imposing actor and family patriarch Sir Michael Redgrave.

Shakespeare for My Father is a one-woman play written and performed by Lynn Redgrave. The play was produced and directed by Redgrave's then husband John Clark with lighting designed by Thomas Skelton. It was presented for a week at the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara before touring the United States for a year in a production sponsored by CAMI.

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Lynn Redgrave's many awards include two Golden Globes, two Oscar nominations, three Tony nominations and for "Talking . She has written three plays: "Shakespeare for my Father, The Mandrake Root" and "Nightingale".

Lynn Redgrave's many awards include two Golden Globes, two Oscar nominations, three Tony nominations and for "Talking Heads", the Drama Desk, Obie, and Outer Critics Circle Awards. Her films include "Georgy Girl, Gods and Monsters, Kinsey" and "Shine". William Shakespeare, 1564 - 1616 Although there are many myths and mysteries surrounding William Shakespeare, a great deal is actually known about his life.

Actress Lynn Redgrave with sister actress Vanessa Redgrave. Shakespeare for My Father. What others are saying. We can't think of a better tribute than one sung and danced by Mitzi Gaynor and her safety gays. Vanessa, w. sister Lynn Redgrave in swinging London, 1966. Vanessa and Lynn Redgrave - Virago Author Remembrance Celebrations. Natasha Richardson Joely Richardson Rachel Kempson Corin Redgrave Georgy Girl Alan Bates Mitzi Gaynor Vanessa Redgrave Joanna Lumley.

Shakespeare for my father. a one-woman play in two acts. Published 2001 by S. French in New York. Drama, Fathers and daughters, Quotations, Women. Lynn Redgrave (1943-), Michael Redgrave Sir, William Shakespeare (1564-1616).

Shakespeare for My Father," the one-woman show she conceived and wrote that chronicles her relationship with her famed British actor father, Michael Redgrave, has just had its run extended, and she is enjoying a light dinner between matinee and evening shows

Shakespeare for My Father," the one-woman show she conceived and wrote that chronicles her relationship with her famed British actor father, Michael Redgrave, has just had its run extended, and she is enjoying a light dinner between matinee and evening shows. After my father's death in 1985, people - complete strangers - would say & sorry about your father,' and then invariably they would talk about their own fathers," she recalls

Shakespeare for My Father. Lynn tells the story very emotionally and cleverly. Date: Wednesday, 13 November, 1996. We hear how she is the odd one out and never really gets close to her father and how she wished to become an actress. In fact, she comes from a family of actors, her sister is Venessa Redgrave, her brother, Corin Redgrave and of course her father is a famous actor, director and author. As a child it was her belief that learning about Shakespeare characters would help her to relate more to her Shakespearian, actor father. Hoping to bring her closer to him and get noticed more.

He was first and last, an actor. Shakespeare for My Father: The Life and Times of an Actor's Daughter.

It is an intimate portrait that is part homage and part psychodrama, all cleverly interwoven with scenes from Shakespeare's plays. Redgrave makes clever use of Shakespeare’s characters to provide amplification of her own experiences. He was first and last, an actor.

The renowned actress's first foray into playwriting as family reminiscences developed into a complex, funny and moving portrait of a child's longing for the love of the inscrutable, daunting and charismatic Shakespearean actor who was her father.