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Noel Coward On Noel Coward, Acting, Writing And “Theatre”
Noël Coward meant to write a full tome on “Theatre” but time, health and a score of other projects apparently got in the way. But Barry Day, a stage producer, biographer of literary figures, Sherlock Holmes novelist and prolific Coward devotee, realized that Coward had in essence done it indirectly. Thus, the germ for Noel Coward On (And In) The Theatre.
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Riverside’s Private Lives Is Study In Perfection Of Wit And Polish
Take Noel Coward’s sophisticated wit, add exquisite direction and elegant acting, then tie it up with visuals you could plotz for, and it’s no wonder that Riverside Theatre’s production of Private Lives is, simply, a study in perfection.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Catherine Gowl, James Brennan, Jason Loughlin, Liana Hunt, Noel Coward, Private Lives, Riverside Theatre Leave a comment