Category Archives: Review

Thespian Thursday! Richard Armitage performing “The Christmas Hirelings” audiobook was a delight!  January 24, 2019 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #1207)

Wednesday night, I finished listening to “The Christmas Hirelings” (cover art below)  audiobook from Audible and performed by the talented British actor Richard Armitage. It was a delight! The story is about a stubborn prideful father in his lonely old … Continue reading

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Thespian Thursday:   Hariclea’s blog links for her UATSC and Richard Armitage Experiences at NIFF!  April 26, 2018 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #1160)

I really enjoyed reading Hariclea’s (of the Opera is Magic blog) extensive accounts of her Newcastle International Film Festival (NIFF) experiences in attending the events and film screening of “Urban and the Shed Crew”. So listed below are links to … Continue reading

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Thespian Thursday: The reviews are in! “Richard Armitage Captivates …” in Love, Love, Love! October 20, 2016 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #986)

The Guardian:  “Richard Armitage Captivates…” in Love, Love, Love! “The play begins in 1967 when the Oxford students Sandra (a ferociously good Amy Ryan) and Kenneth (Richard Armitage, making a captivating New York debut) meet in London. … ” https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2016/oct/19/love-love-love-review-richard-armitage-baby-boomersContinue reading

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Super Dad Sunday! Richard Armitage collage as Gary Fuller in 2014’s Into the Storm! May 29, 2016 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #917)

I love the riepu10 tumblr collage of Richard Armitage as Gary Fuller in 2014’s Into the Storm as shared by Guylty (below)!  Thanks, Ladies! The “Into the Storm” film was shot in 2011 when the exquisitely talented British actor Richard … Continue reading

Posted in "Brain on Fire" filming 2015, "Pilgrimage" film, Chop in Urban and the Shed Crew, Drama, Family, Fangurling, Fathers, Gary Fuller, Graphic, Historical Fiction, Into the Storm, Medical, Period Drama, Pilgrimage, Review, Richard Armitage, Society, Something About Love, Tumblr, Urban and the Shed crew | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

“Urban and the Shed Crew” Image Evokes the Central Theme of the Film, June 11, 2015 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #764)

As Father’s Day approaches in the U.S., this RANet screen cap below of Urban looking through a tunnel/culvert at Chop from the recently released “Urban and the Shed Crew” (UATSC) teaser trailer, really speaks to me. For me, it is … Continue reading

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Experiencing The Crucible Starring Richard Armitage via DT; & 2015 Olivier Awards, April 12, 2015 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #730)

I am stunned beyond my own imaginings after experiencing Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, a 2014 production of The Old Vic Theatre (right) directed by the talented South African director Yael Farber–via my copy of it purchased through Digital Theatre. My … Continue reading

Posted in Drama, Fiction, Forgiveness, Graphic, Interview, John Proctor, Love and Relationships, Olivier Awards, Period Drama, Review, Richard Armitage, Social Justice, Something About Love, The Crucible, The Old Vic Theatre, Theatre, Video, Yael Farber | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 19 Comments

Stormy Monday: Grati’s “Into the Storm” Review and RA Fans Meet up in Chicago, Etc., August 11, 2014 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #618)

You may have heard that a certain not so little Warner Bros. Pictures tornado film called Into the Storm (poster left)–produced by Todd Garner, directed by Steven Quale, and written by John Swetnam–was swirling into towns across America and Canada … Continue reading

Posted in Black Sky, Drama, Family, Gary Fuller, Gary Morris, Into the Storm, Portraits, Review, Richard Armitage, Something About Love | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 22 Comments