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* Ray Cooney: Funny Money ( 1994 )
Funny Money is a farce written by Ray Cooney.
* Ray Cooney: Funny Money, Samuel French ( U. S. A .) acting edition, 151 pp. ( New York, 1995 ), ISBN 0-573-69560-1.
Category: Plays by Ray Cooney
* Ray Cooney
* Tom, Dick and Harry ( 23 August 2005 – 29 October 2005 ) by Ray Cooney and Michael Cooney, starring Joe, Stephen and Mark McGann
TES also staged works by Romanian playwrights such as Victor Eftimiu, Victor Ion Popa, Tudor Arghezi, and Lucia Demetrius, and but also a vast array of works from world theater: Bertholt Brecht's Threepenny Opera, Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Men, Georg Büchner's Woyzeck, Lion Feuchtwanger's Raquel, The Jewess of Toledo, and Friedrich Dürrenmatt's Frank V. More recent additions to their repertoire include works by Israel Horovitz and Ray Cooney, and an adaptation by Dorel Dorian of Saul Bellow's Herzog.
Sugar Ray Leonard, Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Thomas Hearns, and Roberto Durán all headlined here, along with Larry Holmes against both Muhammad Ali and Gerry Cooney.
She appeared at the Mermaid Theatre in their 1978 production of Whose Life Is It Anyway ?, which later transferred to the Savoy Theatre and in 1981 played Frances Shand Kydd in the Ray Cooney comedy Her Royal Highness at the Palace Theatre, London.
The farce, which was ideal for Cargill, drew the attention of major producers led to him starring in Say Who You Are at Her Majesty's Theatre in 1965 and directing Not Now Darling by Ray Cooney and John Chapman at the Strand Theatre in 1968.
Once, whilst lunching with Ray Cooney, the theatrical impresario, Cargill observed, when a particularly handsome waiter mistakenly removed his soup spoon Cargill responded, " aah look Ray, the dish has run away with the spoon.
Over several years, a number of other companies held the lease of the theatre and in 1965 Alexander Bridge was the tenant followed by Ray Cooney.
** Run for Your Wife by Ray Cooney The production was directed by Lawrence Lesher
Theatre being his first ' love ', he is a noted farceur and has won Best Actor awards for his appearances in Ray Cooney farces Not Now Darling ; Two Into One and Out of Order.
One month into their run, they were approached by playwright Ray Cooney to provide a show for the late night slot.
* It Runs in the Family ( play ), by Ray Cooney
In recent years their repertoire has included Shakespeare, Molière, John Godber, Ray Cooney alongside original works tackling contemporary issues.
David Warwick ( born 15 January 1948 ) is a British stage and television actor known for his recurring role in the BBC television sitcom, The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, and for his theatre work, most notably with the writer and director Ray Cooney.
In 2012 she was Executive Producer on the film based on the Ray Cooney theatrical farce, Run For Your Wife.
* Her Royal Highness, a 1981 comedy written by Ray Cooney & Royce Ryton that played at the Palace Theatre, London
Her part was taken by Carli Norris ( which made her name ) and Ray Cooney took over as director.
* 1990 Ray Cooney ’ s long-running farce Run for Your Wife transferred to the Duchess to complete its nine-year West End run.

Ray and opened
The following year, on March 26, 1926 Galerie Surréaliste opened with an exhibition by Man Ray.
* Galerie Surréaliste opened on March 26, 1926 with an exhibition by Man Ray.
" Ray Nutt, the sheriff of Henderson County, said in the same article that when the lake first opened, there was no zoning and " a lot of elderly people bought a mobile home and moved in ; it was nice.
Blakely also opened a new sportsplex, named in memorial and honor of local coach Ray Knight.
On December 7, 2007, Ray Charles Plaza was opened in Albany, Georgia, with a revolving, lighted bronze sculpture of Charles seated at a piano.
In 1990-1991 several nationally known stars such as Jim Stafford, Ray Stevens, Mickey Gilley, and Moe Bandy opened their own theaters.
The Music Hall opened to the public on December 27, 1932 with a lavish stage show featuring Ray Bolger, Doc Rockwell and Martha Graham.
During 2005, Smith made her Hollywood debut, playing Angela LaSalle in Cyxork 7, where she acted alongside Ray Wise ; although Smith recently lives in the United States and appeared in a Hollywood film, she still wants to remain more in the Spanish media of the country because the Spanish media opened opportunities for her to fame.
On May 15, 1915, Tom Brown's Band from Dixieland opened up at Lamb's Cafe at Clark & Randolph Streets in Chicago, with Ray Lopez, cornet and manager ; Tom Brown, trombone and leader ; Gussie Mueller clarinet, Arnold Loyacano piano and string bass ; and Billy Lambert on drums.
Immediately after visiting the San Bernardino store, Ray became convinced that he could sell mixers to every new franchise restaurant that they opened, and so he offered his services to the McDonald brothers who were looking for a new franchising agent following the departure of agent Bill Tansey due to health issues.
Other theatres that occasionally perform with marionettes are the Little Angel Theatre founded by John and Lyndie Wright in Islington, London, Whose first ever show The Wild Night Of The Witches was a marionette play, It opened the theatre in 1961 and was revived for the 50th anniversary in 2011 The Norwich Puppet Theatre founded by Ray & Joan DaSilva sometimes present marionette shows and the Puppet Theatre Barge continue to perform using long string marionettes throughout the year, founded by Gren Middleton and Juliet Rogers The barge is based in Little Venice, London during the winter months and tours to places such as Richmond Upon Thames during the summer.
In the 1970s, Smith opened his own supper club in Los Angeles, California, and played there regularly with guitarist Ray Crawford, Kenny Dixon on drums, Herman Riley and John F. Phillips on saxophone ; also included in the band was harmonica / flute player Stanley Behrens.
Also ' Ray Reef ' opened featuring over 100 rays ' flying and gliding ' under the water.
The Ray and Fran Stark Sculpture Garden opened in 2007 and accounts for approximately 75 % of the sculptures in the museums collection.
In 1989 Irene Marie purchased the Sun Ray Apartments ( famous for the chainsaw scene in Scarface ) and opened Irene Marie Models-the first international full-service modeling agency in Florida.
On May 21, 2007, Brother Ray and Devon opened the Team 3D Academy of Professional Wrestling and Sports Entertainment at the X-Cel Fitness Gym in Kissimmee, Florida.
He opened a smoothie shop, 3D's Power Blendz, in Melbourne, Florida, and with Brother Ray, opened Team 3D Academy of Professional Wrestling and Sports Entertainment in Kissimmee, Florida.
While working at the shelter, she met her eventual business partner Jessica Ray, with whom she opened Downtown Dog in 2007.
In February 1948, New Zealand's first self-service grocery store was opened in Onehunga by Phil Barker ( the son of the founder of the group ) and Ray McGregor.
The Ferrer Center opened with only nine students, one being the son of Margaret Sanger, the contraceptives-rights activist ; Man Ray, too, was a student.
During the summer of 1993, the popular Mark Goodson game show Family Feud traveled to Opryland and taped several weeks of episodes that opened the show's sixth season with Ray Combs as host.
Saw opened on a Halloween weekend in 2, 315 theaters and grossed, placing third behind Ray ($ 20 million ) and The Grudge ($ 21. 8 million ).
After Edmonton running back Mike Pringle opened the scoring with a four-yard TD run on the opening drive, Edmonton took a commanding 14-0 lead in the second quarter when Ray connected with Tucker on a 41-yard touchdown pass, capping a four-play, 70-yard drive.
* Ray Mears ' Northern Wilderness ( BBC Two, Autumn 2009, 6 episodes ) – Mears follows in the footsteps of pioneers who opened up Canada, such as Samuel Hearne, John Rae and David Thompson.

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