Category Archives: Stage adaptations
The Yorkshire Post features an interview with Philip Pullman, in which he discusses writing His Dark Materials, religious controversy, and his latest work, a retelling of the story of Jesus: “I’m fascinated by theology. The book I’m writing at the … Continue reading
Philip Pullman will visit the West Yorkshire Playhouse on Monday, June 1 at 4.30pm, to talk about the theatrical adaptation of his books and the success of the novels and to answer any pressing questions the audience may have about … Continue reading
The Oxford Times features a review of the production of His Dark Materials currently running at the Oxford Playhouse. “It’s the daemons, one shadowing each major character, that really make this production. Sinuous, ever-moving puppets are used to create daemons … Continue reading
Last Friday Seattle Children’s Theatre wrapped up its 2008-09 mainstage season with their 101st world premiere, I Was a Rat!, based on the popular re-worked fairy tale and children’s book by Philip Pullman. Jay at Seattle Metblogs allows his children … Continue reading
The Citizen features an interview with Guy Hargreaves, director of the His Dark Materials run at The Lowry. Although he comments on the casting – “I found all the young actors, auditioned them, and ran workshops with them. My job … Continue reading
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