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Directed by Grigory Kozintsev in a tempo that is studiously slow, he develops a sense of a high tradition shining brightly and passing gravely through an impious world.
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There are a number of performing arts groups at Columbia dedicated to producing student theater, including the Columbia Players, King's Crown Shakespeare Troupe ( KCST ), Columbia Musical Theater Society ( CMTS ), NOMADS ( New and Original Material Authored and Directed by Students ), LateNite Theatre, Columbia University Performing Arts League ( CUPAL ), Black Theatre Ensemble ( BTE ), sketch comedy group Chowdah, and improvisational troupes Alfred and Fruit Paunch.
Directed by Don McBrearty.
Directed by François Girard, his version of The Trial was first performed in 2004 in Montreal and Ottawa, Canada, and published in 2005.
Directed by Ishirō Honda with visual effects by Eiji Tsuburaya, the film starred Tadao Takashima, Kenji Sahara, and Mie Hama.
Directed by Jun Fukuda with special effects by Sadamasa Arikawa ( supervised by Eiji Tsuburaya ), the film starred Akira Takarada, Akihiko Hirata, and Eisei Amamoto.
Directed by Jun Fukuda with special effects by Sadamasa Arikawa ( supervised by Eiji Tsuburaya ), the film starred Tadao Takashima, Akira Kubo, and Akihiko Hirata.
Directed and co-written by Jun Fukuda with special effects by Teruyoshi Nakano, the film starred Katsuhiko Sasaki, Hiroyuki Kawase, Yutaka Hayashi, and American actor Robert Dunham.
Directed and written by Kazuki Ōmori, with special effects by Koichi Kawakita, the film starred Yoshiko Tanaka, Masanobu Takashima, and Megumi Odaka.
Directed by Ishirō Honda and featuring special effects by Teruyoshi Nakano, the film starred Tomoko Ai, Gorō Mutsumi, and Akihiko Hirata.
Directed by Kazuki Omori, and featuring special effects by Koichi Kawakita, the film starred Anna Nakagawa, Megumi Odaka, and Akiji Kobayashi.
Directed by Takao Okawara with special effects by Koichi Kawakita, the film starred Tetsuya Bessho, Satomi Kobayashi and Akiji Kobayashi.
Directed by Koji Hashimoto, with special effects by Teruyoshi Nakano, the film starred Ken Tanaka, Yasuko Sawaguchi, and Yosuke Natsuki.

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Directed, produced, and co-written by Ben Affleck, the film was critically acclaimed and earned Casey further plaudits for his acting.
Directed and co-written ( with Patricia Rozema ) by filmmaker Michael Sucsy, it began filming on October 22, 2007, in Toronto.

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Directed by Peter Hunt, the musical starred Jesse L. Martin as Mack, Melissa Errico as Polly, David Schramm as Peachum, Karen Ziemba as Lucy Brown and Betty Buckley as a considerably older Jenny.
Directed by David Lean, the film won an award at the Cannes Film Festival and considerable critical acclaim for Howard.
Directed by Tom Littler, with Musical Direction by Tom Attwood, and the cast included Helena Blackman, David Ricardo-Pearce, David Botham,
Directed by Jane Howell, the play was presented as the second part of the tetralogy ( all four adaptations directed by Howell ) with linked casting ; Henry was played by Peter Benson, Margaret by Julia Foster, York by Bernard Hill and Gloucester by David Burke.
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Directed by James Furman and written by David Turner, the 60-minute episode tracks in detail the events of Wednesday 30 January 1889, at Mayerling as well as the following few days-The discovery of the dead bodies, the breaking of news to Rudolf's family, the desperate attempts to cover up, what really happened-even to the Emperor and Empress-and the secret smuggling of Marie Vetsera's body away from Mayerling before scandal can erupt.
Directed by Steven Pimlott and choreographed by Anthony Van Laast, the cast featured Michael Damian ( Joseph ), and Clifford David ( Jacob ).
Directed by David Leaf & John Scheinfeld.
Directed by David Lavender, it starred Chris Cresswell as James and Miriam King as Miss Sophie.
Directed again by Nicholas Hytner with musical staging by Bob Avian, scenic design was by John Napier, costume design was by Andreane Neofitou and Suzy Benzinger and lighting design was by David Hersey.
Directed by Eric Standidge, Sassoon was played by the author and Owen by David Learner.
Directed by David H. Bell and starring Susie McMonagle, David Studwell and Kim Strauss, it featured another reworking of the Nelson script.
The production, the first of " Whistle " in 4 years, will be Directed by Bill Kenwright, Musically Directed by David Steadman with Choreography by Henry Metcalfe.
Directed by David Garrick, and starring Richard Yates as Launce, and his wife, Mary Anne Yates as Julia, Victor brought all the Verona scenes together, removed Valentine's ' gift ' of Silvia to Proteus and increased the roles of Launce and Crab ( especially during the outlaw scenes, where both characters are intimately involved in the action ).
Directed by Tebelak, the original cast included Lamar Alford, Peggy Gordon, David Haskell, Joanne Jonas, Robin Lamont, Sonia Manzano, Gilmer McCormick, Jeffrey Mylett, Stephen Nathan, and Herb Simon.
Directed by David Meme
Directed by Dan Kuenster, produced by Susan Deming and written by Kuenster, Deming and David Lewman.
Directed by Joe Cascone, the production starred Barbara Boddy as Aurelia, David Haines as the Sewer Man and featured Elizabeth Rose Morriss and Daniel Cornthwaite as the young lovers.

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Directed by Malini Singh McDonald, ran as a limited engagement until February 1, 2009, with each act being performed separately on weeknights and the entire series running on Saturdays and Sundays.
Directed and choreographed by Graciela Daniele, it starred Audra McDonald as Marie Christine, Anthony Crivello as Dante Keyes, Vivian Reed as Marie Christine's voodoo priestess mother, and Mary Testa as Magdalena.

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Directed by Richard Monette, and directed for television by Norman Campbell, the production was set in the 1950s with sets and costumes designed to recall the TV show Happy Days.
Directed by Harry A. Pollard ( who played Uncle Tom in a 1913 release of Uncle Tom's Cabin ), this two-hour movie was more than a year in production and was the third most expensive picture of the silent era ( at a cost of $ 1. 8 million ).
Directed by Daniel J. Sullivan, the production starred Mary-Louise Parker as Catherine, Larry Bryggman as Robert, Ben Shenkman as Hal, and Johanna Day as Claire.
Directed by Michael Hayes and produced by Peter Dews, with a script by Eric Crozier, the production featured Terry Scully as Henry, Mary Morris as Margaret and Eileen Atkins as Joan.
Directed by Michael Hayes and produced by Peter Dews, with a script by Eric Crozier, the production featured Terry Scully as Henry, Mary Morris as Margaret, Jack May as York and John Ringham as Gloucester.
Directed by Michael Hayes and produced by Peter Dews, with a script by Eric Crozier, the production featured Terry Scully as Henry, Mary Morris as Margaret, Julian Glover as York and Paul Daneman as Richard.
Directed by Denis Carey, the production starred John Neville as Valentine, Laurence Payne as Proteus, Gudrun Ure as Silvia and Pamela Ann as Julia.
Directed by James Roose-Evans and designed by Michael Young, this production featured the following cast:
Directed by Jean-Marie Villégier and conducted by William Christie, this highly-praised production featured Anna Caterina Antonacci in the title role and Andreas Scholl as Bertarido.
Directed by one of the two directors of the original production in 1954, George Abbott, with choreography by Zoya Leporska.
Directed and choreographed by Gower Champion, the production starred Robert Preston as Mack Sennett and Bernadette Peters as Mabel Normand, with James Mitchell portraying William Desmond Taylor.
Directed by Katharine Rogers, the production featured original music hall songs and was praised for its authentic interpretation of the novel.
Directed by Joseph Anthony and choreographed by Dania Krupska, the original Broadway production was produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and opened on May 3, 1956 at the Imperial Theatre, transferred to The Broadway Theatre on October 21, 1957 and closed on December 14, 1957 after 676 performances.
Directed by Jack Landau, who had earlier staged a brief but well-reviewed White Devil, the production emphasized ( and succeeded as ) Grand Guignol.
Directed by Friends Kwak Kyung-taek, Typhoon set a new record in 2005 for the highest production budget in Korean film history at $ 15 million.
Directed by Molly Smith, this production eliminated the use of projected film as called for in the script.
Directed by Albert Lewis and staged by George Balanchine, the stage production starred Ethel Waters as Petunia Jackson, Dooley Wilson as " Little Joe " Jackson, Katherine Dunham as Georgia Brown, Rex Ingram as Lucifer Junior, and Todd Duncan as The Lawd's General.
Directed by Joey Rizzolo, one of the New York Neo-Futurists ( who are known for their Brechtian approach to theater ), the production opened to critical acclaim.
Directed by Kenny Leon, the production starred Denzel Washington ( Troy Maxson ) and Viola Davis ( Rose ) as the married couple struggling with changing U. S. race relations.
Directed by Harry Watt, written by Jon Cleary and starring Aldo Ray, the film was the final film production of the British-based Ealing Studios.
Directed by Fran Rude and musical direction by Ken Rogers this production starred Diane Llewelyn-Jones as Margaret, Nicole Higginson as Clara and Steven Morton as Fabrizio.

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