Much Ado About Nothing
Posted 02 January 2011 - 11:55 PM
I saw her on stage in Under the Blue Sky in 2009, and she was remarkably good. I'd say the two of them make a strong cast, and while Mark Rylance may be a 'director for hire' he's certainly got the Shakespeare experience needed.
Now, don't be a spoilsport, let us enjoy our wee fantasies!!!
Posted 03 January 2011 - 12:05 AM
Posted 03 January 2011 - 07:14 AM
This would be the Catherine Tate who is currently playing a leading role at the NT and who has also played leading roles for the RSC? If this show actually happens, I will remember this post when people are whinging about having difficulty getting tickets
Posted 03 January 2011 - 08:37 AM
I suspect that its David Pugh and Daffyd Rogers who are producing, as they have a record of getting star names and generally putting on good quality commerical plays. I too am excited about this, though I do hope that just because of the cast, the quality of the audience doesn't diminish.
Armadillo, yes it is that Catherine Tate, who was excellent when I saw her in Season's Greetings.
igb: I don't think audiences will have forgotten David Tennant. He's quite a big name even now when he's no longer the Doctor. He's done quite a bit of TV since then, and avid Shakespeare fans will remember him as a very good Hamlet.
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