Elizabeth O’Brien’s profile
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Seen, or going to see
- God of Carnage, Gielgud Theatre, London, 25th March – 14th June 2008
- Never So Good, National Theatre – Lyttelton, National Theatre, National Theatre, 26th March – 24th May 2008
- The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Almeida Theatre, Islington, London, Almeida Theatre Company and Headlong, 28th March – 10th May 2008
- The Secret of Sherlock Holmes, Theatre Royal, Bath, Wyndham’s Theatre, London, and other locations, started 22nd September 1988
- A Walk in the Woods, Comedy Theatre, London (now Harold Pinter Theatre, London), November 1988 – 1989
- A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 1988 – 1989
- Richard II, Phoenix Theatre, London and Kennedy Center Washington DC, USA, 28th November 1988 – 1989
- Richard III, Tour, Royal Shakespeare Company, 8th May (press night) – 5th July 1986
- Personal website.
- Joined 14th December 2021.
- Last logged in on 3rd November 2023.
Last five observations
- To production of A Walk in the Woods, by Lee Blessing, Comedy Theatre, London (now Harold Pinter Theatre, London), November 1988 - 1989: “Alec Guinness was nominated for the 1988 Olivier Award, Actor of the Year in a New Play, and the play was nominated as the BBC Award for the Play of the Year.”
- To MGA Productions Ltd production of Nina, by Bruno Frank, Duke of York's Theatre, London and Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, 10th April - June 1939: “Marius Goring directed the performances in the Duke of York’s Theatre, London and Joan Kemp-Welch directed the play in the performances at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin”
- To Bill Kenwright and Nottingham Playhouse production of And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie, Nottingham Playhouse and Duke of York's Theatre, London, 2nd September 1987 - 4th June 1988: “Marius Goring was originally cast to play the rôle of Sir Lawrence Wargrave but had to withdraw for personal reasons at short notice just before the premiere in Nottingham. He was replaced on opening night by the play’s director, Kenneth Alan Taylor. The rôle was recast by John Fraser.”
- To production of Monsieur Lamberthier, by Louis Verneuil, Tour - Germany, April - May 1947: “Marius and Lucie performed the play over nine weeks in both English (for British troops) and German (for German audiences) as part of the Allied Control Commission’s re-educational scheme.”
- To H M Tennent Ltd production of The Ante-Room, by W A Carot, Geoffrey Gomer, and Kate O'Brien, King's Theatre, Edinburgh, Opera House, Manchester, and other locations, 27th July - 22nd August 1936: “Marius Goring was sacked by producer Binky Beaumont from the production after the run at Manchester and replaced by Clifford Evans for the London run of the play. Marius recalled later that he was so distraught at being let go that he felt like throwing himself from his hotel room window.”
Last ten changes
- The Concert, by Hermann Bahr
- production of A Walk in the Woods, by Lee Blessing, Comedy Theatre, London (now Harold Pinter Theatre, London), November 1988 - 1989
- William Caithness
- Paul Hughes
- Stephen Crook
- Timothy Morand
Peer Gynt, by Henrik Ibsen
English version: Christopher Fry
- Bill Kenwright and Nottingham Playhouse production of And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie, Nottingham Playhouse and Duke of York's Theatre, London, 2nd September 1987 - 4th June 1988
- English Classical Players production of The School for Scandal, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Tour of Germany, France and Holland, May - June 1931
- English Classical Players production of She Stoops to Conquer, by Oliver Goldsmith, Tour of Germany, France and Holland, May - June 1931
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