Garai is mostly known for her film work, including performances in Atonement, Amazing Grace, Vanity Fair, Inside I’m Dancing, Glorious 39 and Suffragette. stage credits include The Master Builder, Tales from Hollywood, Losing Louis, Women Beware Women, Proof, The Entertainer, Conquest of the South Pole and A Doll’s House.
Her previous stage credits include King Lear and with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the off-Broadway premiere of Indian Ink in 2014. The limited engagement will run through September 30.
Chipping is the mainstay of Brookfields boys boarding school, a good teacher and a kindly person but he is considered to be ...
See full summary » Raised by an uncle in New York after his parents died in an attack orchestrated by the mafia, Thomas, now an adult, is sent to live in Italy.
As she prepares for her reign, several advisors vie for influence over the future monarch—including her closest friend and confidant, Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough (Garai).
As Sarah’s pressure on Anne intensifies, so does their relationship, resulting in an estrangement filled with deceit and blackmail.
Soon Thomas will learn the truth about the death of his parents and foment a vengeance of great heights.
The worst thing that could happen after the #Me Too movement is for women to retract their sexualities from the equation for fear that they might be exploited and abused by predatory men.
In a way that is exactly what the patriarchy would rather have: quiet women, constantly on the defence.
The Royal Shakespeare Company production, directed by Natalie Abrahami, premiered at the Swan Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon in 2015.
The play opens just before Princess Anne (Cunniffe, reprising her role from the Swan Theatre staging) is to be crowned in 1702.