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Noel Coward

Mr. Broadway

by James Yeara September 25, 2014


  The genius of Jim Brochu’s Character Man: A Musical Memoir shows smartly in its simple setting: “Now and Then, Backstage or out front of a theatre.” A concert piano sits upstage right; two red theater ...

Barrington Stage Company

Design for Living

by The Staff July 24, 2014


  Beginning Wednesday, the Berkshire Theatre Group will give a sly, sophisticated look at romance with Nöel Coward’s romantic comedy-a-trois Design for Living. It’s about an artist, a playwright and an interior designer who decide to ...

Berkshire Theatre Group Unicorn Theatre

Private Lives

by The Staff February 13, 2014


    Are you feeling frozen? Shakespeare & Company are ready to thaw you out by offering up some classic English wit with more than a hint of sex in the form of Noël Coward’s Private Lives. If ...

Shakespeare & Company Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre

Blithe Spirit

by The Staff October 11, 2012


  The name “Noël Coward” is synonymous with a certain sophisticated kind of British wit. One of England’s preeminent playwrights of the 20th century, Coward brought high style to tales of high society at play and ...

Schenectady Civic Playhouse

Sweet Sophistication

by B.A. Nilsson August 10, 2011

Although Noël Coward’s operetta Bitter Sweet followed the more modern-sounding Showboat by two years, 1929 was still an era of melodramatic passion played out against frothy tunes, with Rudolph Friml and Sigmund Romberg, among others, ...

Bard College Richard B. Fisher Center

Bitter Sweet

by The Staff August 3, 2011

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Each year Bard SummerScape tunes their array of festival selections to thematic exploration of the work and life of a single composer; this year  the star of the show is the publicly adored, critically derided ...

Bard College