Richard Armitage tangentially related

Beware of spoilers.

Berlin Station:

I was told this was The Times.

From The Observer.


Past projects:

Collateral attractions:

Might have been:

Other Armitages:

Things we’ve talked about:

~ by Servetus on October 22, 2018.

8 Responses to “Richard Armitage tangentially related”

  1. 🙂 Thank you for those various media articles!
    Now I am wondering who’s actually the best English actor for a spy?

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  2. I saw Company when I was in London two weeks ago — it was in previews, and hadn’t officially opened yet, so hadn’t been reviewed. It was WONDERFUL! I highly recommend it to anyone finding themselves in London in the next six months. I also saw Hamilton and Arden’s Wake :), all within five days. Great time, and a welcome break from you-know-who and his crap. Also went on to Dublin, where Ruth Negga was appearing in Hamlet, directed by Yael Farber, at the Gate Theater, just a block from our hotel. I didn’t know about it ahead of time, though, and, sadly, it was sold out. 😦

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    • It was amazing that you did get all of that in. I think Marianne Elliott must really know what she’s doing — she’s had a string of successes recently.


  3. Cate Blanchett’s view that actors should be able to play characters outside their own gender experience would seem to be at odds with Lee Pace’s view that he gave in an interview about Angels in America play that gay characters should be played by gay actors.
    Can’t help wondering what RA would think about that view?


    • I didn’t understand Pace to be saying that only gay actors should play gay characters, but rather that gay actors should be able to do so, i.e., they shouldn’t be excluded from these roles. But his statement admits multiple interpretations. But I don’t know why it’s an issue if Pace disagrees with Blanchett anyway. Surely actors are allowed to have different opinions?


  4. Just to tell you that all my days and nights are not the same now, because I am one of all the fans who like books. Just to remember the libraries and towns we wrote about.

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