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eBook Chris Harris - The Alphabet of Pantomime: There be Nothing Like a Dame ePub

by Chris Harris

  • ISBN: 0953926702
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Chris Harris
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chris Harris Productions (October 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1926 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1347 kb
  • Other: azw lit azw lit
  • Rating: 4.6
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Chris Harris (14 December 1942 – 30 April 2014) was an English actor, director and writer. The Alphabet of Pantomime: There be Nothing Like a Dame (2000). He appeared in several UK TV series including Into the Labyrinth and Hey Look That's Me. He also built a successful career in pantomime, acting as a pantomime dame, as well as being a director and writer at the Bristol Old Vic and the Theatre Royal, Bath  .

A Night At The Pantomime. Books written or co-written by Harris. Will Kemp, Shakespeare's Forgotten Clown (1983), ISBN 07128-09-2. The Alphabet of Pantomime: There be Nothing Like a Dame (2000) ISBN 539267-0-2. Cinderella (2002), ISBN 0-85676-251-2. Aladdin (2002) ISBN 0-85676-252-0.

Chris Harris Chris Harris (born Bridgwater, Somerset) is an English actor, director and writer. The Alphabet of Pantomime: There be Nothing Like a Dame (2000) ISBN 53-92670-2. Cinderella (2002), ISBN 0-856-76251-2. Aladdin (2002) ISBN 0-856-76252-0.

Chris Harris, 71, from Portishead, played the dame in pantomimes at Bath's Theatre Royal since 2001. For many years the Bridgwater-born actor also starred in, and co-wrote, pantomimes at Bristol's Old Vic. His theatre work also included performances with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Bristol Old Vic and the New Shakespeare Company. Emma McDermott, from the Theatre Royal, said it was with "great sadness" that staff learned of Harris's death on Wednesday. Media playback is unsupported on your device.

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From the end of the world at the hands of Ragnarok, to the Science-Fiction war which seeks to end our very existence, Dark Days collects a selection of Chris Harris's stories and poems from a range of different genres. Explore the life of The Lonely Child, delve into the Sins of Man, before going back to a mundane existence inside the. living Bo. ave you ever done something you know you shouldn’t?Everyone has a limi. and Crystal is steadily getting closer to hers.

Chris Harris was an English actor, director and writer. Harris was a regular visiting lecturer for the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, and was a former member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, he co-directed the opera Griselda for the Buxton Festival, and appeared in two productions for Dutch Television with members of the Welsh National Opera. He spent nine years, up until 2000 writing, directing and starring in pantomimes.

The dame is the engine that drives the pantomime, Harris believed.

Actor who made a speciality of playing roly-poly pantomime dames and created a series of wacky one-man touring shows. May 5 2014, 8:35pm, The Times. The dame is the engine that drives the pantomime, Harris believed. It’s the hardest work you’ll ever do in the theatre, playing a dame, ask Ian McKellen, he played a great Widow Twankey the last two years in London.