Item description for Nigel Hawthorne on Stage by Kathleen Riley...
Presenting a fresh look at postwar theater, this study of the late Sir Nigel Hawthorne's 50-year career in the theater focuses on the personal journey of one of Britain's finest actors. Providing detailed analysis of Hawthorne's stage work, this authorized biography is illuminated and enriched by personal insights derived from Hawthorne's own memories and those of his colleagues. Broad discussions about Hawthorne's personal development as well as the direction stage acting took in the 20th century are integrated with details about the actor's extensive career.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.55 lbs.
Release Date Sep 28, 2005
Publisher University Of Hertfordshire Press
ISBN 190280631X ISBN13 9781902806310
Availability 0 units.
More About Kathleen Riley
Professional Bio Kathleen Riley, BA, ACCP, DEH, is the author of What You Feel is Real and its journal companion, and Everyday Miracles: An Invitation to Health, Vitality, and Well-Being. Since 2001, Riley has helped hundreds of people self-heal and find their life-purpose. Previously, Riley worked in publishing where she created and developed a personal growth magazine for Hearst Magazine Enterprises, publisher of 'O'. Riley believes her most significant life accomplishments have come from her own healing experiences freeing her from severe anxiety and depression. She attributes her self-healing success to personal-responsibility, self-empowerment, unconditional love, forgiveness, and life-purpose. She currently assists others in their recovery, healing, and wellness as an advanced corporate coach, chaplain, and energy medicine practitioner.
Kathleen Riley was born in 1974 and has an academic affiliation as follows - British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Corpus Christi College, Oxford.