Charles Dickens and the stage; a record of his connection with the drama as playwright actor and critic: Thomas Edgar Pemberton
Fifteen weeks and 25 ways to unleash your inner Brando, Einstein, and Shakespeare. The most successful and creative people in the world don´t possess anything different than you. They have no magic formula or special secret. They´ve simply prevented the left hemisphere of their brain - the ´´logical´´, analytical side - from sabotaging their life. Whether you´re a ballerina or banker, accountant or actor, At Left Brain Turn Right shows you how to silence the noise of your left brain, ignite your creative side, and live the life you´ve always imagined. Using relatable no-nonsense stories from his own creative journey, Anthony Meindl guides you from the left brain to the right to realize your own full creative potential. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anthony Meindl. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/059106/bk_acx0_059106_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
John Lahr is The New Yorker´s senior theatre critic.Sir Richard Eyre was the artistic director of the Royal National Theatre in London from 1988 to 1997. He produced more than a hundred plays, including Guys & Dolls, Futurists, The Invention of Love, Richard III, and King Lear, and won numerous awards for his work. Several of his London productions also had Broadway runs, including Skylight, The Crucible, Vincent in Brixton, and Amy´s View. He was knighted in 1997 and received the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for outstanding achievement that year as well. His feature films include Iris and Stage Beauty. He is directing the musical stage adaptation of Mary Poppins for London´s West End, which will open in December. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Lahr, Sir Richard Eyre. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/sp/nyev/000011/sp_nyev_000011_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Charles Dickens and the Stage:A Record of his Connection with the Drama as Playwright Actor and Critic Thomas Edgar Pemberton
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Actor Brad Whitford and film critic Henry Sheehan, on this edition of Fresh Air. Whitford plays Josh Lyman, the Deputy Whitehouse Chief of Staff on the NBC drama The West Wing. The show´s season finale airs Wednesday, May 16. Whitford began his acting career on the stage. He has also appeared in many films, including Scent of a Woman, Philadelphia, A Perfect World, Revenge of the Nerds II, and Billy Madison. He´ll talk about his role on The West Wing, and what its like playing a high-ranking staff member in a fictitious White House. Sheehan talks to Terry Gross from France about this year´s Cannes Film Festival. (Broadcast Date: May 16, 2001) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Terry Gross. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/whyy/010516/rt_whyy_010516_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.