Maria Friedman

Maria Friedman

MARIA FRIEDMAN

MARIA FRIEDMAN in Fiddler On The Roof

High Society

High Society at the Old Vic

Maria Friedman directs a sparkling new production of Cole Porter’s classic musical High Society at the Old Vic.

Merrily We Roll Along at Harold Pinter Theatre

Following a sell-out season at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Maria Friedman brings her acclaimed production of Merrily We Roll Along to the Harold Pinter Theatre.

Ann Reinking signs up for Kander & Ebb charity gala

Tony award winning choreographer Ann Reinking has been confirmed to star in a major charity gala celebrating the work of legendary songwriters Kander & Ebb, in London this April.

Alternative casting for Bette & Joan at the Arts Theatre

On the back of news that a new play is heading to the West End about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford and their time spent filming classic movie Whatever Happened To Baby Jane, Binkie thought it would be helpful to provide the producers with some alternative casting advice lest Anita Dobson or Greta Scacchi drop out!

BBC Radio 2 – The Musical

Don’t miss this excellent new series on BBC Radio 2 all about the musical. The eight part series started on Monday, 6 September 2010, at 10pm UK time (listen again here) and each week will cover a different aspect of the world of musical theatre and its 80 year history.

Applause Magazine – March 1997

Applause Magazine – March 1997: Maria Friedman, Lady In The Dark, Christopher Biggins, Ned Sherrin, Bill Kenwright, Richard Nelson, Constance Cummings, Neil Simon, Ruaidhri Conroy, The Cripple Of Inishmaan, Gerald Kaufman

More Sondheim for Menier

The award winning Menier Chocolate Factory in South London intends to produce two new Stephen Sondheim productions in the next two years, including the UK premiere of Road Show.

Sondheim 80th Birthday Concert – Review

This weekend at the Cadogan Hall in London and the Royal & Derngate in Northampton, two performances of a special concert were held to celebrate the 80th birthday of musicals composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim.

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