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This is a brilliant film about race in the performance history of Othello. I can say that because I didn’t produce it, hats off to Sita Thomas.

national-theatre:

This film looks at the four productions of Othello staged at the National Theatre and how the representation of the character’s race has changed.

Featured in this film: Professor Tony Howard, Adrian Lester and Professor Carol Chillington Rutter

For more content on Shakespeare productions at the National Theatre click here.

The Hour: 60 minutes before curtain-up at the National Theatre - exclusive video | Stage | theguardian.com

WATCH THIS,

I produced this film for the National Theatre. It follows six actors preparing to go on stage, in the hour up to their first entrance, at the National Theatre. They’re all amazing and very generous to let us film them. it’s fascinating and if anyone wants to know what the real job of acting is, this will show you.

I’m very proud of it.

SHARE PLEASE

happymathilda:

If you love theatre, National Theatre Podcasts is a goldmine!!

#love it!!

visual masterpieces: national theatre's frankenstein

stevieboy378:

National Theatre, South Bank on Flickr.

stevieboy378:

National Theatre, South Bank on Flickr.

Edward II at the National Theatre

It’s the NT’s 50th birthday. The party is just getting started.

ntlive:

Excited about out this autumn’s encore screenings? Take a look at our new trailer featuring some highlights…

Great little film about stage fighting in rehearsals produced by my marvellous colleague Michael Peers.

'Othello' Rehearsals: Staging a Brawl (by ntdiscovertheatre)

Be a part of making theatre history.

We want to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the theatre by exhibiting YOUR memories of the National Theatre. We need you to generously donate your experiences in the theatre for that to be possible. Once donated they will be a part of the NT archive forever but will also feature in a cool interactive as part of the celebrations in October 2013.

Watch the video to see Tom Hiddleston, Lenny Henry and Luke Treadway’s memories of the National Theatre and then give us your own. Please tell us about it here: www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/yournt

Share this on your blog, facebook, twitter, by word of mouth, so that we have a treasure chest full of memories of the theatre.

Thank-you

Your National Theatre Trailer (by NationalTheatre)

theshedtheatre:

Listen to this podcast featuring Professor Alison Oddey who shares her experience and knowledge of devising theatre, discussing the meaning of the term, its history and its presence in theatre practices.

Alison Oddey is a Professor of Contemporary Performance & Visual Culture at the University of Derby and the writer of Devising Theatre - A Practical and Theoretical Handbook. 

For all those theatre makers out there. Check this out.

A conversation with Peter Brook. Mark Lawson interviews the theatre guru at the National Theatre.

May 4

This is short film called ‘Positioning The Shed’, that I produced about the temporary theatre The Shed that is currently sitting outside the National Theatre. It contains lots of really interesting information about the relevance of location in the construction of meaning, architectural information and aspirations of the space. It’s very interesting for those interested in theatres and features the rather lovely Michael Mckinnie - head of drama at Queen Mary University. Take a look.

A great introduction to Greek Comedy to finish the collection that we’ve produced for teachers and students exploring Greek Drama. I hope you like it.

Have you seen the big red building in front of the National Theatre? It’s The Shed, our brand new temporary theatre.

I produced this film for The Shed, utilising the excellent film-making talents of Dominic Brouard and Tim Marrinan.

A great wee film about a great show.

michael-peers:

A great little video celebrating the opening of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in Apollo Theatre made by my very talented colleague Tim Marrinan. And it features Tom Hiddleston.

(Source: curiouswestend)