Mark Shenton: 14 unforgettable stage debuts

2. května 2017 v 10:33 | andrewgarfielddaily

Andrew Garfield (2004)

The LA-born, British-raised Garfield is now an international movie star, Oscar-nominated this year for Hacksaw Ridge and known for playing the title role in The Amazing Spider-Man.
But he began his acting career on stage, first with a youth theatre in Epsom, and then progressing to professional theatre, where, in a review for The Stage, Natalie Anglesey wrote of his performance in Kes in 2004 at Manchester's Royal Exchange: "The pivotal role of young Billy Casper is beautifully realised by Andrew Garfield, making his Exchange debut. He subtly involves us in his transition from stoical acceptance of his unhappy lot to the liberating freedom he experiences during his time with the bird Kes."
Garfield returned to the Exchange in 2005 to star in Romeo and Juliet, about which Lyn Gardner wrote in the Guardian: "His performance has that no-brakes whiff of danger that marks out the interesting Romeos from the indifferent ones." He has remained committed to the theatre even after his film stardom, appearing on Broadway in Death of a Salesman in 2012 and returning to the National to star in its new production of Angels in America this summer.

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1 Nicol ( Nicol ( | Web | 2. května 2017 v 18:01 | Reagovat

Doufám, že jsem to pochopila dobře a Andrew se v objevil v tomto žebříčku, takže mu jen a jen gratuluji! :)

2 charlie l charlie l | Web | 2. května 2017 v 20:01 | Reagovat

Taky doufám, že jsem to pochopila dobře! :D Jestli ano, tak také gratuluji. :)

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