JAMES RIGBY (see actors), will soon be performing in The Boss Of It All at the Soho Theatre. The New Perspectives Theatre Company production is a black comedy based on the Lars von Trier film and runs from the 4th to 27th of July.
JOANNA KIRKLAND (see actresses) starts rehearsals at the Park Theatre this week. Shutters, which will run from 9th July until 3rd August, is a triple bill of American plays focusing on the changing lives of women during the 20th century - Trifles by Susan Glaspell, The Deer by Brooke Allen and Cast of Characters by Philip Dawkins. The all female cast will be directed by Jack Thorpe-Baker.
Having spent most of the year at the Octagon Theatre, Bolton in Twelfth Night and Hobson's Choice, JESSICA BAGLOW (see actresses) has now started rehearsals at The Dukes in Lancaster. She will be playing Gretel in their open air production of Hansel and Gretel, running from the 4th of July until the 16th of August.
MAEVE O'SULLIVAN (see actresses) has started rehearsals for the actor-musician show Close the Coalhouse Door at Oldham Coliseum, which runs from the 20th of June until the 12th of July. She will be making her professional theatre debut in the show before she has even had a chance to graduate from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
COLIN RYAN (see actors) is now in rehearsals for Shakespeare in Love which opens at the Noel Coward Theatre in the West End in July. He will be playing John Webster in the adaptation of the 1998 film, directed by Declan Donellan.
NICHOLAS GERARD-MARTIN (see actors) can be seen in the RSC's productions of Henry IV Parts 1 & 2. Directed by Greg Doran, the plays run in Stratford-upon-Avon until the 6th of September before going on tour and then playing at the Barbican from the 29th of November to the 24th of January. While at the RSC Nicholas will also be appearing in The Two Gentlemen of Verona from the 12th of July until the 4th of September.
GINA ISAAC (see actresses) and TIM TRESLOVE (see actors) have both just started rehearsals for Saturday Night & Sunday Morning at the Mercury Theatre in Colchester. Tony Casement directs them both in a new adaptation of Alan Sillitoe's novel which was immortalised in the award winning 1960 film starring Albert Finney.