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In 1997 he sang Quint in Deborah Warner's new production of The Turn of the Screw under Sir Colin Davis for the Royal Opera.
He also appeared in the title role of a stage adaptation of John Irving's A Prayer for Owen Meany by Simon Bent at London's Royal National Theatre in 2002, along with the role of Joseph Surface in Deborah Warner's 2011 The School for Scandal at the Barbican Centre.

Deborah and version
** The film version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I, starring Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner, is released only a few months after the film version of R & H's Carousel.
In 1956, a film version was released, with Deborah Kerr starring in the role of Leonowens and Brynner reprising his role as the king.
A more likeable version of Blimp appeared in the classic British film The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp starring Roger Livesey and Deborah Kerr.
After the break-up of Handel's Royal Academy in 1728, Senesino sang in Paris ( 1728 ) and Venice ( 1729 ), but was re-engaged by Handel in 1730, singing in four more new operas and in the oratorios Esther, Deborah, and, in its 1732 bilingual version, Acis and Galatea.
In 1956 she worked closely with Deborah Kerr doing the star's singing voice for the film version of Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I and again the next year she worked with Kerr dubbing An Affair to Remember.
The score by Dan Wool and Pray for Rain features Deborah Harry singing a techno version " Ghost Riders in the Sky ".
In 2000 Kelly's friend Deborah Conway recorded her version for The Women at the Well tribute album.
Deborah Harry recorded a remake of Davis ' version in 1993 featuring Michael Stipe, a long-time Davis fan.
copyright Permission is granted by artist, Deborah Krolls, to copy, distribute and / or modify under the GFDL, version 1. 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation ; with no Invariant Sections, with no Front-Cover
With her twin sister, Deborah, she illustrated a children's version of Banjo Paterson's poem Mulga Bill's Bicycle.
The musical version features music and lyrics by Blondie and Deborah Harry, including a brand-new song written especially for the show.
The film featured a version of " Keep It Comin " with Rapper Q-Unique, while the Dance club version was solely Deborah Cooper vocals.
* Deborah Larsen's The White ( 2002 ) is a fictionalized version of Mary's story, containing well-researched information about the Native American culture in which she lived.
#" X Offender " ( single version ) ( Gary Valentine, Deborah Harry ) – 3: 15
An early version of " Heart of Glass " called " Once I Had Love " was written by Deborah Harry and Chris Stein in the 1974-75.
#" Rapture " ( Album version ) ( Deborah Harry, Chris Stein )-6: 33
The Stock Aitken Waterman version of " In Love With Love " appears in its edited 7 " form on Chrysalis Records / EMI's 1999 compilation Most of All-The Best of Deborah Harry.
# " Feel the Spin " ( Album version ) ( Deborah Harry, John " Jellybean " Benitez, Toni C .)-4: 02
# " Free to Fall " ( Album version ) ( Deborah Harry, Seth Justman )-5: 31
# " Feel the Spin " ( Extended dance version ) ( Deborah Harry, John " Jellybean " Benitez, Toni C .)-6: 50
In 1998, Deborah released a new CD and once again exploded on the charts with the single Somente O Sol version of the song I'm Not in Love.

Deborah and with
In 1953, Lancaster played one of his best remembered roles with Deborah Kerr in From Here to Eternity.
Lancaster starred in three films with Deborah Kerr ; From Here to Eternity, Separate Tables, and The Gypsy Moths.
He claimed he was romantically involved with Deborah Kerr during the filming of From Here to Eternity in 1953.
* Sexual Magic & Magical Sex ( with Deborah Lipp ) ( ACE )
* Making Fun of Religion ( with Deborah Lipp ) ( ACE )
Isaiah's wife was called " the prophetess " (), either because she was endowed with the prophetic gift, like Deborah () and Huldah (), or simply because she was the wife of " the prophet " ().
The celebration of Americana starred Frankenheimer regular Lancaster, reuniting him with From Here to Eternity co-star Deborah Kerr, and it also featured Gene Hackman.
Deborah Sampson fought in the American Revolution as a man named Robert Shurtleff, and pursued relationships with women.
The Judson Dance Theater, located at the Judson Memorial Church, New York ; and the Judson dancers, notably Yvonne Rainer, Trisha Brown, Elaine Summers, Sally Gross, Simonne Forti, Deborah Hay, Lucinda Childs, Steve Paxton and others ; collaborated with artists Robert Morris, Robert Whitman, John Cage, Robert Rauschenberg, and engineers like Billy Klüver.
Small Deborah numbers represent Newtonian flow, while non-Newtonian ( with both viscous and elastic effects present ) behaviour occurs for intermediate range Deborah numbers, and high Deborah numbers indicate an elastic / rigid solid.
A very small Deborah number can be obtained for a fluid with extremely small relaxation time or a very large experimental time, for example.
* 1998-2001: Katherine Kurtz and Deborah Turner Harris wrote a fantasy fiction series ( The Temple and the Stone and The Temple and the Crown ) linking Robert the Bruce with the Knights Templar.
Deborah Frost, writer for Rolling Stone magazine, described in her book ZZ Top – Bad And Worldwide how Linden Hudson researched popular song tempos, then presented Billy Gibbons with the results of his studies.
Deborah Cadbury says that she invested with a conman who swindled her and disappeared with the money, but Shelley Emling writes that is not clear whether the man ran off with the money or whether he died suddenly leaving Anning with no way to recover the investment.
Meanwhile, Warden begins an affair with Holmes ' neglected wife Karen ( Deborah Kerr ).
The following year, she played her last great leading role in a superlative film, The Night of the Iguana ( 1964 ), based upon a Tennessee Williams play and starring Richard Burton as an atheist clergyman and Deborah Kerr as a gentle artist traveling with her aged poet grandfather.
He then appeared in Edward, My Son ( 1949 ) with Deborah Kerr.
In short order, he met Judy Garland, Greta Garbo, Stewart Granger, Jean Simmons, Deborah Kerr, and Cole Porter, and Burton met up again with Humphrey Bogart.
Part of Burton's success was due to how well he varied his acting with the three female characters, each of whom he tries to seduce differently: Ava Gardner ( the randy hotel owner ), Sue Lyon ( the nubile American tourist ), and Deborah Kerr ( the poor, repressed artist ).
In The Addams Family, Fester was reunited with the other Addamses after 25 years apart, while The Addams Family Values focused on his relationship with Deborah " Debbie " Jellinsky.

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