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Marietta Gone With the Wind 4th July Event
having a huge GWTW event over July 4th weekend. Five actors from the
film will be there...and there may be more as time gets closer.
Ann Rutherford, Cammie King, Mickey Kuhn, Fred Crane, and Patrick
Curtis have agreed to come. I think this is the first time all 5 have
been together since 1989.
be many meet and greets, as well as Marietta's big July 4th parade,
where there will be a GWTW float with all the actors. Also, there is a
Alabama whose name is Rhett Butler! ( Rhett Butler Trucking) He
will bring his 18-wheeler that has incredible art work from GWTW on his
For additional information please call (770) 794-5576 or (770)
Wow! The DVD of Fred’s 90th Birthday Bash has finally been
completed! This delightfully entertaining film, without a doubt, has been
worth the wait! Scott Forbes, of Ascot Productions, captured the
sensitivity of that special moment in time so very beautifully and
produced a truly professional film which is an hour and 17 minutes in
length. Fred and I laughed and cried as we watched it and relived that
wonderful time with each of you. We were sincerely touched by the
outpouring of love that showed through in every minute of it. The party
just came together phenomenally well with your amazing contributions of
stories, gag gifts, well wishes, poems, skits, awards, program and
souvenir touches, scrapbook and silent auction contributions, the
calls and so much more.
of you had expressed interest in obtaining a copy of Fred’s 90th
Birthday Bash DVD. (Oh, and it has a surprise beginning that is
absolutely adorable that adds a wonderful piece of nostalgia!) The DVD is
being offered at $50.00 and will come signed to you by the “birthday
boy.” Priority Mail postage with delivery confirmation is also included
in the price. For those of you who are interested, please send your
request, check or money order made payable to Terry Crane to the following
and Terry Crane
Fred and I want to,
again, thank all of you for making Fred’s 90th Birthday Bash
more special than we ever thought possible. It was wonderful because of
YOU! We will treasure those memories of each of you for the rest of our
lives. God bless!
Various GWTW news articles
submitted by Kathleen the Answer Lady
Sibling rivalry: Hollywood's oldest feud
Olivia de Havilland and
Joan Fontaine have always had one problem: each other. Now in their
nineties, the antagonism goes on. Rupert Cornwell reports
Jennifer Jones: Selznick's Muse
From good girl to bad, one woman 's golden age in
GWTW Musical still in the news A few more reviews....
M&M program/play guide in PDF format and thought you'd want a copy.
Variety, April 28, 2008
Gone With The Wind
Variety, April 30, 2008
Wind's Scarlett is gone
New Statesman, May 1, 2008
The Scotsman, May 1, 2008
We don't give a damn
New York Post, May 1, 2008
London 'Wind' Calm [Liz Smith]
GWTW Musical article and photos
And blog reviews and comments about the musical:
Moonlight and Magnolias Play Guide
29-page PDF file of the Moonlight and Magnolias Play Guide.
Photos of the GWTW Marquee on West End Theatre
Came across a couple of photos taken in
London of the theatre where the musical is playing; they are
posted to a
Gone With the Wind Article from the Hollywood reporter.
Bottom Line: Frankly my dear, well, you know the rest.
Apr 23, 2008
The production mirrors the film closely except that
it places tedious songs where character development
and genuine drama should be.
New London Theatre, London
Through Sept. 27
Tomorrow is another day for Scarlett O'Hara but how long that will
remain true for the new musical "Gone With the Wind" is another
Three-time Tony-winning director Trevor Nunn has delivered a long-winded
show with rushed scenes, dull music and lyrics so banal that Rhett
Butler is unlikely to be the only one who doesn't give a damn.
All the familiar characters are there, but without the book or the film
in mind, they would not add up to much. Jill Paice, Broadway star of
"Curtains" and "The Woman in White," works hard as Scarlett, but the
songs put too much strain on her pleasing but delicate voice.
Darius Danesh, who won fame on the U.K. television show "Pop Idol," does
a much better job of channeling Clark Gable as Butler. He's a fine
singer and not a bad actor. The rest of the cast have the burden of
delivering a series of musical numbers that, unusually for a musical,
are not listed in the program.
North Carolina gospel singer NaTasha Yvette Williams, who played
Sofia in Broadway's "The Color Purple," and London stage veteran Ray
Shell lend their joyous vocal power to one or two songs that have a
gospel influence but have forgettable melodies and familiar phrases like
"All God's children born to be free."
Supposedly based on the best-selling Margaret Mitchell novel rather than
the Oscar-winning 1939 movie, the production mirrors the film closely
except that it places tedious songs where character development and
genuine drama should be.
Without a lot of scenery, Nunn's regular designer John Napier must rely
on the large spaces of the New London Theatre with a movable porch for
the Tara and Twelve Oaks estates and a long balcony. All the action
takes place on the theater's large, bare apron stage, with characters
chasing off through the audience via several gangways.
Most of the big set pieces are merely described by the chorus so that
epic scenes are reduced to spoken exposition. To depict the burning of
Atlanta, a large Georgia flag is set on fire while some scenery in the
balcony collapses and cannons boom offstage.
The show is a first-time effort by Los Angeles resident Margaret Martin,
who has a doctorate in public health from UCLA and among other things
runs the Harmony Project, which provides free music lessons to
underprivileged children in Los Angeles.
She obtained the rights from the Mitchell estate and took the work to
Nunn, whose musical hits include "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas
Nickleby," "Cats" and "Les Miserables." For the British director, this
appears to be one literary classic too much.
GONE WITH THE WIND
Presented by Aldo Scrofani, Colin Ingram, Gary McAvay, Nederlander
Presentations, Peter Kane
Based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell
Book-lyrics: Margaret Martin, adapted by Trevor Nunn
Music: Margaret Martin
Director: Trevor Nunn
Executive producer: Aldo Scrofani
Set designer: John Napier
Costume designer: Andreane Neofitou
Lighting designer: Neil Austin
Movement director: David Bolger
Sound designer: Paul Groothuis
Musical director: David White
Scarlett O'Hara: Jill Paice
Rhett Butler: Darius Danesh
Ashley Wilkes: Edward Baker-Duly
Melanie Hamilton: Madeleine Worrall
Mammy: NaTasha Yvette Williams
Prissy: Jina Burrows
Gerald O'Hara/Scalawag: Julian Forsyth
Ellen O'Hara/Mrs. Elsing: Susannah Fellows
Pork: Ray Shell
Dilcey: Jacqueline Boatswain
The Guardian, April 20, 2008
Guide, April 22, 2008
Gone With the Wind
The Guardian, April 22, 2008
O'Hara in me: As her adaptation of
Gone With the Wind hits the stage, Margaret Martin tells
Maddy Costa why she's just like her musical's leading lady
The Guardian, April 23, 2008
Gone With The Wind [review by Michael Billington]
Storming the West End: Gone With the Wind [Photo Gallery]
The Independent, April 23, 2008
Gone With The Wind, New London Theatre, London (Rated 3/ 5
) : Winds of change resurrect some Southern comforts
April 23, 2008
Frankly, this show is damned
Times Online (
UK ), April 23, 2008
Gone With The Wind blows
Reuters (UK), April 23, 2008
don't know nothin' 'bout writin' musicals...
Reuters, April 24, 2008
With the Wind" just blows
International Herald Tribune, April 25, 2008
The musical 'Gone
With the Wind' rarely comes to life
City A.M., April
A damning verdict
icWales.com, April 25, 2008
Gone With The Wind
April 27, 2008
Can, my dear,
Gone With The Wind survive?
The Day (New
London, CT), April 27, 2008
Frankly, My Dear,
Not A Bad Retelling
The Sunday Times,
April 27, 2008
Gone with the Wind is nothing more than a flatulent
The Sunday Times,
April 27, 2008
Darius Danesh ignores bad reviews of
Gone With the Wind: The Popstars optimist is still smiling
despite critics panning his portrayal of Rhett Butler in a new
The Sunday Telegraph, April 27, 2008
Gone With The Wind machine [by Helen Taylor]
It's big news when you cancel a preview of
such a high-profile production!
Gone with the Wind Cancels April 15 Preview;
Director Nunn at Work
New York Times, Sunday, April 13
A First-Timer Makes Rhett and Scarlett Sing
What's On Stage, Monday, April 14
GWTW Cancels Preview, Shortens Running Time
[Glasgow] Daily Record, Monday, April 14
Fatherhood a priority for
Gone With The Wind Star
Article about the GWTW
costumes being at
Here is link to a
newspaper article on
"The Windie City" in which Robert Warren is quoted......he hadn't even
known that the article was published.
Gone With the Wind:
The legend lives on as a musical of the novel hits the West End
Don't know if you have joined this web page- they will send updates about
the play in
WITH THE WIND' EXPLORES MORE THAN LOVE AND WAR
Cox News Service
Published on: 03/26/2008
— To most, Scarlett O'Hara is a Southern spitfire who always wants what
she can't have. But to Margaret Martin, Scarlett is representative of all
the world's stressed-out single moms who have been forced to go it alone.
To most, the
1939 film "Gone
With the Wind" is an epic love story set against the
backdrop of America's Civil War. But to Martin, a first-time American
playwright who has adapted the story as a musical for the stage, romance
is just the tip of the iceberg.
lured director Trevor Nunn to the project after reading an interview in
which he expressed a passion for Civil War history and
interpretation of the classic — she wrote the music and lyrics, too —
begins previews on London's
on April 2 and officially opens April 22.
the status of women and the impact of war on women and families," said
Martin, 54. "There are race issues. There are occupied people resorting to
terrorism to achieve a sense of control.
"And there are
reconstruction efforts and fortunes made at the expense of the projects
that were supposed to have been undertaken," she said.
end, Martin said audiences would definitely recognize in her play the
the oil giant once run by
Vice President Dick Cheney
that later won lucrative contracts in
even have their own song," she said.
Similarities to Scarlett
retelling of the story sounds infused with contemporary themes, she
credits none other than the original author, the Pulitzer Prize-winning
The success of the film, she says, overshadowed the deeper, darker
elements of war and its effects found in Mitchell's book.
But make no
mistake, Martin has invested plenty of herself in the production, starting
with the fact that she dared add singing to a perfectly good story. The
resident toiled four years to win the rights to the book from Mitchell's
Atlanta-based estate. Then she lured director Trevor Nunn — of "Cats" fame
— to the project after reading an interview with the British director in
which he expressed a passion for Civil War history and
grew up on the Hawaiian island of
as the daughter of a choral conductor, Martin knows something of racial
tensions in the South. In the summer of 1965 she accompanied her mother to
to help register black children for the then-new Head Start program.
there in the home of a single black grandmother raising a few
grandchildren and a few other children as well," she said. "Seeing my
mother working alongside her to help clean up a mess that wasn't of their
own making has been a touchstone for me."
Martin said she
was drawn to the similarly strong female characters in Mitchell's book. In
particular, Martin sees a lot of Scarlett in herself.
thing that brought me to the project is that, like Scarlett, I have three
children," she said. "I had my first child at 17. I was a battered teenage
mom married to an abusive man. He left me, and I had to take care of my
"I felt I had
walked inside Scarlett's shoes," she said.
While in her
20s, Martin lifted herself out of poverty by working at a nonprofit
organization before going on to purchase and renovate distressed
properties in Los Angeles.
Never one to
shy away from a challenge, Martin enrolled in college at the age of 33.
She went on to earn a doctorate in public health from
UCLA in 1998 before deciding that what she really wanted to
do was write a musical.
the American dream in such spectacular fashion that she's even named her
middle child "America."
been fascinated by the dreams on which America is founded and that's one
reason it's so painful for me to see how far America has sunk in the
estimation of people in Europe," she said.
production, Martin said, is not a razzmatazz musical, although a song by
the young male stars called "Come Join The Troops" is accompanied by an
exuberant dance number.
"In general the
songs are more organic in nature," she said.
Martin said one
of her favorite parts of the show is when the character who plays Mammy —
NaTasha Yvette Williams, the daughter of a preacher — sings a song called
"Every Child Wants to be Wanted."
Martin says her
aim is not just to entertain, but also to send a powerful message. "I'm
hoping that this production reminds Americans that we've lived through
more bitterly polarized periods in the past and we've learned then the
value of coming together and toning down the incendiary rhetoric," she
"I'm hoping it
reminds Americans to focus on all that unites us rather than all that
divides us," she said.
It's a tall
order for a show that's likely to be seen by a lot more Britons than
Americans. But, if successful, Martin said the production would move to
New York within 18 to 24 months.
For now, Martin
said she's having the time of her life in London. "Previously, I haven't
been that religious, but more recently I've learned to be a person of deep
faith," she said. "I've come to really depend on a higher power and feel
that I've been called to do this production."
property may be sold
developers’ plans include building underground parking, retail or a hotel
Atlanta Historical Society is considering selling part of the
property in the heart of Midtown.
and Dewberry Capital, have made competing offers for the rear portion of
the property that fronts Crescent Avenue.
Plans are to
build underground parking and a mixed-use building with retail and
residences, or a hotel.
land — less than acre — contains surface parking and a former bank branch
that’s the “Gone
With the Wind
Movie Museum,” part of the
Mitchell House & Museum
At its Jan. 28
board meeting, the trustees voted 17-8 to sell the land at a future date.
That date could be the board’s next meeting on March 31.
The building at
Peachtree and 10th streets where Mitchell wrote most of “Gone With the
Wind” in apartment No. 1 would remain untouched.
homeplace at all,” trustee Sam Massell, president of the Buckhead
minutes from the January meeting, requests for information about
developing the site were sent to 46 developers two years ago. The
historical society received 13 responses and narrowed the choice to
offer includes payment of $7 million in cash,” the minutes say. “Of that
$7 million, $5 million would go to the endowment of the
Mitchell House & Museum
and $2 million would seed a capital campaign” to build a new visitors
Taylor, former executive director of the Margaret Mitchell House & Museum,
then presented another $7 million offer, from Dewberry, according to the
“Because of the
Dewberry offer, the planned-for vote regarding the
offer was not taken,” the minutes say. Instead, the trustees approved the
idea of selling the property for at least $7 million.
society trustees were reluctant to comment because no deal has been
discussed,” was all board member Sheffield Hale would say. Manning, the
chairwoman, could not be reached for comment.
CEO of the Atlanta Historical Society, said, “I can’t discuss that because
it’s in negotiations.”
Dewberry could not be reached for comment.
chief operations officer, said if his company were to buy the land, a
glass tower would not be part of the project.
would be done over there should be architecturally consistent and fit into
the fabric of the neighborhood,” Bronfman said. “It should all blend
together. The Margaret Mitchell House is an important part of this city’s
history and you want to do something that really activates the Margaret
Mitchell House and embellishes it.”
uses German money for developments not only here but in
bought 999 Peachtree, the office building across Peachtree Street from the
Margaret Mitchell House. That building is going to be expanded at street
level to make it more of a retail destination on the Midtown Mile, a
14-block redevelopment effort loosely based on destinations such as
Michigan Avenue in
“an ample parking lot below ground really could benefit the entire mile
and contribute to having lots of pedestrians on the street. The Midtown
Alliance, of course, supports this vision of a below-ground parking lot
located at the heart of the mile.”
As part of its
efforts to beef up the Peachtree-10th intersection,
“to manage, lease and enhance 999 Peachtree St.” Cousins’ job begins April
executive vice president of the Midtown Alliance, said “we are very
supportive of quality development and development that reinforces the
vision of Midtown.” The alliance’s offices are in the 999 Peachtree
Society took over the
attraction in 2004 and it’s pretty much revenue neutral, Cilella said. But
Massell said any future transaction is “not a distress sale.”
Tonner Doll Company
Introduces his new Gone With the Wind Doll Collection
proudly introduces debut dolls and outfits in his latest collection of
fine dolls based on one of the world's most beloved stories and its
magnificent film interpretation that has thrilled moviegoers for
generations, GONE WITH THE WIND™.
The incredible film's costumes, designed by the legendary designer,
Walter Plunkett, each embody the characters from youth to war-torn
maturity. And...for the first time ever, Robert Tonner has acquired the
rights to reproduce the 'lost costume', designs made for the film;
but never seen in the final cut. At 16” tall, each Tonner Doll features
remarkably engineered jointing with 13 points of articulation, offering
the collector unlimited posing and play possibilities. Crafted of hard
plastic and high-quality vinyl, with hand-painted face detail, these are
dolls to be played with and enjoyed.
Did You Know? Academy Awards were not
established for film costume designers until 1948; Plunkett was
subsequently nominated ten times and scored his only win for An
American in Paris (1951). Source: On the Road to Tara: The Making
of GONE WITH THE WIND. Harmetz, Aljean; Harry N. Abrams, Inc.
is an authorized likeness of Vivien Leigh; she is app. 16” tall and
is crafted of fine quality vinyl/hard plastic with rooted saran hair.
Scarlett features 13 points of articulated movement and hand-painted face
detail. She uses the
16" bending wrist articulated body.
is app. 16” tall and is crafted of fine quality vinyl/hard plastic with
rooted saran hair. Melanie features 13 points of articulated movement and
hand-painted face detail. She uses the
16" bending wrist articulated body.
PLEASE NOTE ONLY PROTOTYPES ARE SHOWN AT THIS
TIME. PROTOTYPES ARE SUBJECT TO FINAL STUDIO APPROVALS. ITEMS MAY CHANGE
DURING PRODUCTION BASED FINAL COMMENTS OF THE STUDIO. PLEASE NOTE WHEN
MAKING ANY FINAL PURCHASING DECISION.
NEW for 2008
Receiving Guests with
SCARLETT™ faces her
humiliation at Ashley's birthday party only to be well-received by Melanie
as she beckons her assist with receiving guests. Cotton velveteen gown
with detachable trained is trimmed in ruby beading, marabou feathers;
includes earrings, gloves (and glove liners), bracelet, shoes and display
RHETT BUTLER™ is
approximately 17” tall and is crafted of fine quality vinyl & hard
plastic. RHETT™ features 14 points of articulated movement (neck,
shoulders, elbows, wrists, chest, hips, knees, and ankles) and
hand-painted face detail. The debonair blockade runner makes his long
awaited debut in a crisp button-down shirt, fashionable cravat,
herringbone vest, classically tailored twill suit, socks, and molded
plastic shoes; display stand included.
After marrying Frank
Kennedy, SCARLETT™ finds herself running a bustling lumber mill. Even on
trips to the mill, she always makes sure she is stunningly dressed. This
exquisitely detailed reproduction includes a vivid twill dress with
remarkable details including intricate embroidery, hand-tied fringe at the
shoulders and sash, organza collar and under sleeves, and crisp plaid
contrasts on the sleeves that match the voluminous underskirt. Other
essential pieces include a boned hoop skirt, white pantyhose with attached
panties, faux leather lace-up boots, and faux pearl earrings.
In the Mist is the second
installment from Walter Plunkett's 'lost costume' sketches from GONE WITH
THE WIND™. This costumes reflects Scarlett's heartbreak and inner turmoil
from the final moments of the film. Plunkett's sketch is brought to life
in amazing detail and consists of a deep blue velvet dress with a
detachable deep blue and black bustled train and removable collar and
cuffs with intricate embroidery. The finishing details include a replica
cameo brooch, white pantyhose with attached panties, lace-up faux leather
boots, and beaded black earrings.
2007 Debut Collection
Intricately layered white
dress with lace trim; includes hair ribbons, brooch, belt, hoop skirt,
pantalets, boots and display stand.
NOTE: Production doll
images are shown.
Pale blue dress with
applied motif on skirt; includes shawl, hat, gloves, hoop skirt,
pantalets, shoes and display stand.
pantalets, corset, tights, boots and display stand.
pantalets, corset, tights, boots and display stand.
pantalets, and layered hoop skirt with structured rings.
Dress with shirred bodice,
anchored by ribbons and broad taffeta skirt; includes fringed belt sash
TO SARATOGA (LOST COSTUME)
One of Walter Plunkett's
'lost costumes', this outfit is imagined as one that Scarlett might have
worn on a trip north to Saratoga. Includes dress with sleeveless bodice
trimmed with lace jabot, jacket with coordinating lace trim, hat,
handkerchief and shoes (parasol in sketch is not included).
Sketch courtesy of James
L. Tumblin, from the Shaw-Tumblin
Gone With The Wind™
New Book Tara's forgotten son by Lana Mowdy
Wade Hampton Hamilton is
the unsung hero in a classic American novel. A child conceived at the
onset of civil distress, he struggles to overcome the trauma of soldiers,
abandonment, and near starvation. When his mother disposes of him at Tara,
he finds solitude in the land, but he is soon thrust into manhood when he
protects his friend from her abusive father. As he follows her across the
country to save her from mistreatment, he battles the forces of nature in
the Wild West, the wiles of a scorned woman, and his intense desire to
maintain his integrity. Bearing the scars of loss and lies, he discovers
his ability to break free from the hold of his tormented past, his
manipulative mother, and the forces of iniquity that work against him.
Still, he searches for peace, forgiveness, and the strength to survive.
I love your website. I am a huge fan
Gone With the Wind, and I have been since I was a
small child. I thought you might be interested in my book about Wade
Hampton, the son of Scarlett. The link below is my website that will
tell you about the book. The book is available through
PublishAmerica.com. Let me know what you think!
a new musical adaptation of the classic love story with book and lyrics by
Margaret Martin adapted by Trevor Nunn and Music by Margaret Martin,
Gone with the Wind will have its first performance at the New
London Theatre on Saturday 5 April 2008, with press night on Tuesday 22
April and is initially booking until 27 September 2008. Designs are by
John Napier, costumes designs are by Andreane Neofitou with
lighting design by Neil Austin and sound by Paul Groothius. Musical
Supervisor and Arranger is Gareth Valentine and Movement Director is David
Gone with the Wind is produced by Aldo Scrofani for Columbia
Artists Theatricals of
London producer Colin Ingram and The Nederlander Organization.
Set in 1860’s
Gone with the Wind follows the story of the seventeen-year-old
Scarlett O’Hara, the eldest of three daughters living a life of luxury on
their father’s plantation until the onset of the Civil War threatens their
idyllic existence. Scarlett’s incredible journey through both the war and
the peace is mirrored in her turbulent relationship with Rhett Butler,
whose actions always defy prediction. Their story spans ten years and
mingles romantic ecstasy with tragic grief, as the life these people once
knew disappears, for better or worse: gone with the wind.
Gone with the Wind,
published in 1936, is one of the best selling novels of the 20th
century and won
Margaret Mitchell the
Pulitzer Prize. Three year’s later in 1939, the film adaptation
made box office history as the highest grossing film of all time and is
still regarded as one of the greatest American classics.
Jill Paice returns to the
West End to play Scarlett O’Hara, after originating the role of
Laura Fairlie in Trevor Nunn’s production of The Woman in White
both at the Palace Theatre here in
London and on Broadway. Her other theatre credits include Nicki
Harris in Curtains at the Ahmanson Theatre in
Los Angeles and later on Broadway where she reprised the role
David Hyde Pierce. She was the original Sophie in the
Las Vegas Company of Mamma Mia and also appeared in the US
touring company of Les Miserables. Her recording credits include
the original cast record of Curtains, The Woman in White and The
Gig as well as a featured artists on the
Andrew Lloyd Webber on Broadway album.
Madeleine Worrall’s (Melanie) theatre credits include
Cinderella for the Old Vic, The School for Scandal for
Salisbury Playhouse, The Anniversary for Liverpool Playhouse and in
West End, Up on the Roof for Chichester Festival Theatre,
The Villain’s Opera for the National Theatre, Miranda in The
Tempest for Thelma Holt Productions and Three Sisters for the
Playhouse Theatre. Her film and television credits include Stage
Beauty, Foyle’s War, Judge John Deed and Midsommer Murders.
Edward Baker-Duly (Ashley) has previously worked with Trevor Nunn playing
the role of Joseph Cable in Nunn’s National Theatre production of South
Pacific. His other theatre credits include the
West End revival of Salad Days as well as
The Lady Vanishes, Dick Barton Special Agent,
Singin’ In The Rain, Anyone Can Whistle, Side by Side by Sondheim
Twelfth Night. Most recently he has been seen playing Jerry
The Full Monty at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin as well role in
Secretary Bird and September Tide both on Tour. His
television credits include Joe Fisher in Emmerdale and he is best
known for playing Mr Malachay in the BBC’s Grange Hill. His film
De-Lovely and the leading role in Thirteen, a thriller
Ireland which was released last year.
LISTINGS INFORMATION GONE WITH THE WIND
Address: New London Theatre, Drury Lane,
London, WC2B 5PW
Dates: previews from 3 April 2008
Press night 22 April 2008
Booking until 27 September 2008
Performances: from 5 April - Monday evenings at 7.30pm
from 23 April - Monday evenings at 7pm
Tuesday - Saturday evenings at 7.30pm
Wednesday - Saturday matinees at 2.30pm
there will be no matinees on 5 or 9 April
Press Night at 7pm
Ticket prices: £27.50 - £60.00 (£10 off all previews prices 5 - 21 April)
Office: 0870 890 0141
MySpace Page coming soon
A great selection of various blogs,
news articles and polls on the new book Rhett Butler's People which is due
to be released on November 6, 2007 . Click on the various links to be
taken to the actual articles etc.
at last! Here are a few more items of note....
Wind blows cold on 'Rhett'
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, November 6
Provides a recap of the published reviews thus far (all of which were
covered in previous email alerts sent)
Books-A-Million, the online bookseller, includes two items that I haven't
>> an excerpt from Rhett Butler's People of the Atlanta Burns