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Glimpsing Richard Armitage from Afar Taking The Crucible from “Page to Stage”, June 17, 2014 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #584)

I’ll admit it. After seeing some of The Old Vic’s recent promotional posters for its production of The Crucible (right) starring the exquisitely talented British actor Richard Armitage captured in stunning portraiture by photographer Jay Brooks–with Richard Armitage’s provocatively bare … Continue reading

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Thespian Thursday: Pondering Richard Armitage in The Crucible, and How Director Yael Farber might Adapt Miller’s work for The Old Vic Production, May 15, 2014 Gratiana Lovelace (Post #565)

  Until you have a chance to read Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible prior to the talented dramatic British actor Richard Armitage portraying John Proctor [above right in my mock wallpaper, RA image courtesy of RANet] in the Old Vic … Continue reading

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