Catching The Light: Sam Mendes And Simon Russell Beale - A Working Partnership by Mark LeipacherCatching The Light: Sam Mendes And Simon Russell Beale - A Working Partnership by Mark Leipacher

Catching The Light: Sam Mendes And Simon Russell Beale - A Working Partnership

byMark Leipacher

Paperback | December 28, 2011

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A must-have for all theater aficionados, this new publication throws light on an intriguing and unique partnership between Simon Russell Beale and Sam Mendes. It allows the reader to get to the heart of the relationship, throwing light on the process of putting on a play.
Mark Leipacher is not only a director ( Richard 111 and Medea ), but he is also an actor and roles have included Lady Macbeth in an all-male production. This is his first book.
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Title:Catching The Light: Sam Mendes And Simon Russell Beale - A Working PartnershipFormat:PaperbackDimensions:198 pages, 7.88 × 5 × 0.53 inPublished:December 28, 2011Publisher:Oberon BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1840029692

ISBN - 13:9781840029697

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It has plenty to teach drama and theatre students.. a very detailed account of those eight shows with plenty of insights and anecdotes as Mendes and Russell Beale chart their voyage of discovery. Read it to find out how really talented people develop moments of magic in the rehearsal room to something they can make happen on stage or to discover the workings of what Kevin Spacey in his foreword calls an 'extraordinary collaboration'" - The Stage 'Manages to get a fair way under the skins of each of his subjects, allowing us to see both the way in which they spark off each other and how this leads to epic theatre of the kind that is only very rarely seen... this book is a happy trip down memory lane but also more, since it promises a bright and exciting future as well." - British Theatre Guide "Serious theatregoers, who love theatre and do not leave their minds at home when they go to see plays, will also get a lot out of it, and enjoy the anecdotes, too" - Mature Times "It has plenty to teach drama and theatre students.. a very detailed account of those eight shows with plenty of insights and anecdotes as Mendes and Russell Beale chart their voyage of discovery. Read it to find out how really talented people develop moments of magic in the rehearsal room to something they can make happen on stage or to discover the workings of what Kevin Spacey in his foreword calls an 'extraordinary collaboration'" - The Stage "Manages to get a fair way under the skins of each of his subjects, allowing us to see both the way in which they spark off each other and how this leads to epic theatre of the kind that is only very rarely seen... this book is a happy trip down memory lane but also more, since it promises a bright and exciting future as well." - British Theatre Guide "Serious theatregoers, who love theatre and do not leave their minds at home when they go to see plays, will also get a lot out of it, and enjoy the anecdotes, too" - Mature Times "