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On the one hand, we have award-winning TV and film actor Ahsan Khan playing the role of the doomed hero on London stage in a Serendip Production, back home Zindagi Gulzar Hai -famed Sanam Saeed just wrapped up her final performance as Heer in a Zain Ahmad-directed theatre play in Karachi.
There is a well-documented story, which I have included in a guide to Dylan's Swansea, about when he was sacked from a Swansea Little Theatre play partly because of The Antelope.
For three jets of security staff accompanied the Obamas to dinner in Manhattan before the Belasco Theatre play Joe Turner's Come And Gone - about poor black workers 100 years ago.
His new film, Chinese Coffee, is adapted from a theatre play which he performed years ago on Broadway.
She was dismayed by British reaction to her theatre play, Home Truths, in which she was photographed while she stripped on stage.
Rawalpindi -- The real reflections of the insurgency in Indian-Occupied Kashmir were depicted through a theatre play in the name of 'Kashmir Banay Ga Pakistan' at the auditorium of Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC).
The Lebanese actor and theatre director Kassem Istanbouli first directs a theatre play in Spanish, another step forward in his theatre work for Human Rights, with a long journey through the stages and streets of Lebanon, Syria, Palestine and Spain bringing his works Picnic in the Field, Koum Yaba, Hawamish, People's Court, Zanka Zanka, Mural Experience, The Black House.
The students from the Emirates Private School watched a puppet theatre play about the importance of keeping the city clean, and participated in a waste management and recycling workshop organised by the Centre of Waste Management.
It will be the first theatre play in the new auditorium at the Convention Centre.
A TEESSIDE film-maker is searching for actors to audition for a new theatre play called Monster Bash, set to tour the North-east.
A THEATRE play which pokes ridicule at the controversial ID card scheme is coming to Tyneside.
The Lyric Theatre play coincides with the announcement last week that the Armed Forces Bill is to be amended to grant posthumous pardons to the 306 British soldiers executed during the Great War.

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