theatrical role

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With each new film, television, or theatrical role, Weaving continues to surpass audience expectations and remains one of the most versatile performers working today.
Ralf was last on stage two years ago at the Bush Theatre, but his first theatrical role was playing George Harrison, in the play Presence at London's Royal Court.
Interactive sessions, group activities, exercises and theatrical role plays enhanced the knowledge of all participants and allowed for constructive exchange of opinions.
As a school leaver, the creative spark within her yearned for a much more theatrical role.
He is of course referring to his latest theatrical role - one that will see him returning to the Everyman after 30 years as the Scottish king whose name actors scarcely dare to whisper.
While he thrills in being on stage, David reckons he would be equally content playing a theatrical role away from the spotlight.
Ironically, Robert is now getting back on the stage with his first theatrical role in four years.
She's about to step on to the stage of Bad Blood - her first theatrical role since playing the genie in a pantomime with Lorraine Chase 16 years ago.
Today County's fortunes have brightened considerably and Brooke-Taylor is enjoying a much happier relationship with the public in his latest theatrical role, in an adaptation of the classic Ealing comedy, The Ladykillers.
There was huge anticipation for this Greek tragedy, with a famous Belgian director (Ivo van Hove) and a French film star (Juliette Binoche) in one of the greatest theatrical roles of all time.
Chazz Palminteri is of course known for his highly acclaimed movie and theatrical roles including A Bronx Tale, The Usual Suspects and his Oscar nominated performance in Woody Allen's Bullets over Broadway.
Here, Mendez Montesinos provides a brief historical overview of the comic figure of the fool, its relationship to laughter (particularly in the context of the carnivalesque), and its social and theatrical roles, beginning in the early modern period.
Furthermore, the picture is described as showing the actress as herself, rather than in any of her theatrical roles.
Notable theatrical roles include Young Nala in the West End production of The Lion King and Clara in Regent's Park Open Air Theatre staging of the classic Gershwin piece, Porgy and Bess.