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Posted by Kristine on September 2nd, 2020

Tom Wins at The 18th Annual Theatre Fans’ Choice Awards

Congratulations to Tom for winning at the 18th Annual Theatre Fans Choice Awards: The Decade Edition. He won the award for Best Leading Performer In A Play Of The Decade

Throughout the month of August, BroadwayWorld opened voting to our readers for the 18th Annual Theater Fans’ Choice Awards! The Theatre Fans’ Choice Awards are the biggest New York Theatre Awards, where YOU, the fans, get to have your say. Voting closed on August 31 at midnight.

Though this theatre season was truncated all around the world, it will be back, and there is still much to celebrate. This year, we opened up nominations and voting to the fans to select your favorite performances from the last ten years, with eligible performances falling between the 2009-2010 Broadway season to 2020. Over the course of the last month, you spoke and now we have our winners!

Source: Broadway World



Posted by Kristine on June 5th, 2020

Coriolanus Cast Reunion

Director of the Donmar Warehouse production Coriolanus caught up with cast members Tom Hiddleston and Deborah Findlay to chat dressing room discos, why theatre matters to them, and Tom’s quickest ever costume change. You can watch the Donmar Warehouse’s Coriolanus from 7pm UK time on Thursday 4 June until 7pm UK time on Thursday 11 June 2020.



Posted by Kristine on June 3rd, 2020

Interview With The Guardian on Coriolanus

With the live stream of Coriolanus just a day ahead, Tom did an interview with The Guardian! You can read the full interview at the link provided below!

Coriolanus is a play that’s more respected than revered. Why does it have a rather difficult reputation?

Coriolanus is relentless, brutal, savage and serious, but that’s why I find it interesting. Shakespeare sets the play in ancient Rome: a far older place than the Rome more familiar to us – of Julius Caesar or Antony and Cleopatra or the later Empire. This Rome is wild. A city-state wrestling with its identity. An early Rome of famine, war and tyranny.

In the central character, Caius Martius Coriolanus, Shakespeare shows how the power of unchecked rage corrodes, dehumanises and ultimately destroys its subject. I’ve read that some find Martius a hard character to like, or to relate to – less effective at evoking an audience’s sympathy than Hamlet, Romeo, Juliet, Rosalind, Othello or Lear. Yet there is a perverse integrity and purity to be found in his obstinacy and honour, which sits alongside his arrogance and contempt.

The play’s poetry is raw and visceral, quite different from the elegance, beauty, clarity and charm found elsewhere in Shakespeare’s work. The warmth and delight to be found in his comedies are absent here. But the unstinting seriousness and intensity of the play is what makes it fascinating….

FULL INTERVIEW HERE



Posted by Kristine on June 1st, 2020

Tom Hiddleston and Josie Rourke to provide commentary during live Coriolanus stream

Tom will be joining Josie Rourke for a live commentary during the live Coriolanus stream! This will be on JUNE 4 this coming Thursday in case anyone is interested. More information below!

Coriolanus director Josie Rourke and star Tom Hiddleston will host a free watch-along on Instagram on Thursday night.

The live chat will coincide with the streamed performance of the award-winning Donmar Warehouse production on YouTube, which begins at 7pm BST on 4 June. The pair will begin their chat at 6.45pm, 15 minutes before the show begins.

While free, the National Theatre (who is presenting the show) is asking for donations as lockdowns continue and funds dwindle. You can find out more here.

Rourke’s production also starred Alfred Enoch, Deborah Findlay, Helen Schlesinger, Mark Gatiss, Hadley Fraser and many more, and first premiered in December 2013. It was nominated for six WhatsOnStage Awards, winning three including Best Play Revival.

The live chat will be hosted on Rourke’s Instagram channel.

Source: Whats on Stage?



Posted by Kristine on May 10th, 2020

National Theatre to Stream Coriolanus

The National Theatre will stream Coriolanus on June 4th through June 11th. If you haven’t seen Tom in this, I highly recommend tuning in since it is one of his best works! You can catch the stream here through the announced dates!

Tom Hiddleston (Betrayal, The Avengers, The Night Manager) plays the title role in Shakespeare’s searing tragedy of political manipulation and revenge.

When an old adversary threatens Rome, the city calls once more on her hero and defender: Coriolanus. But he has enemies at home too.

As famine threatens the city, the citizens’ hunger swells to an appetite for change, and on returning from the field, Coriolanus must confront the march of realpolitik and the voice of an angry people.



Posted by Kristine on May 1st, 2020

“Betrayal” Nominated for Drama League Awards

The Drama League announced nominations for it’s 86th Annual Award ceremony celebrating the best during the 2019-2020 theatre season. Congratulations to Tom along with the production cast and crew of “Betrayal” for the acknowledgements!

Distinguished Performance Award:
…Jake Gyllenhaal, Sea Wall/A Life; Tom Hiddleston, Betrayal; Paul Hilton, The Inheritance; Kathryn Hunter, Timon of Athens; Galen Ryan Kane, Native Son; Brittney Mack, Six; April Matthis, Toni Stone; Susannah Millonzi, The Crucible; Kate Mulgrew, The Half-Life of Marie Curie;…

Outstanding Revival of a Play: Betrayal; For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf; Fires in the Mirror; Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune; Judgment Day; Medea; Native Son; The Rose Tattoo; A Soldier’s Play; The Woman in Black

Source: DC Metro Theater Arts



Posted by Hunter on November 17th, 2018

Tom Hiddleston to star in stage production of Pinter’s Betrayal

It all started on Wednesday afternoon, when Tom Hiddleston tweeted a minute-long wordless video to his 3.5 million followers. In it, the star of The Night Manager, strolls into focus in the Leake Street Arches underneath Waterloo station. Bearded, hair pushed back like a sexy professor, wearing suit but no tie, he looked at the camera with undigested sadness. Then the word “Betrayal” filled the screen. More from The Telegraph:

Tom Hiddleston is to return to the London stage in a new production of Betrayal, considered one of Harold Pinter’s greatest plays.

Hiddleston was a hugely accomplished stage actor before making his name in Hollywood as Loki in the Marvel comic book films, and on television in the BBC’s The Night Manager.

On Thursday, 40 years after the first performances of the play at the National Theatre, the Jamie Lloyd Company announced Betrayal would run from March to June next year.

It will be the culmination of Lloyd’s successful Pinter at the Pinter season, which has seen all of the playwright’s one-act plays performed at the theatre which bears his name, marking the tenth anniversary of his death. Martin Freeman, Tamsin Greig, David Suchet, Jane Horrocks, Danny Dyer and Lee Evans are among the actors who have taken part.

Betrayal tells the story of two married couples and a seven-year extramarital affair and is inspired by Pinter’s affair with Joan Bakewell in the 1960s, while he was still married to Vivien Merchant and she to Michael Bakewell.

Hiddleston will play Robert, a role first played by Daniel Massey. Hiddleston said: “Betrayal is a masterpiece. Jamie Lloyd’s Pinter at the Pinter season is terrific and I am so pleased that he’s asked me to be part of it.

Pinter, awarded the Nobel prize for literature in 2005, is regarded as one of the finest, most influential and most provocative dramatists of his generation. The word Pinteresque – long pauses, hidden menace – even appears in the Oxford English Dictionary.

Hiddleston was last in the West End proper playing Coriolanus at the Donmar Warehouse in 2013 to 2014. Last September he was directed in Hamlet by Kenneth Branagh for three weeks only at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (Rada) 160-seat Jerwood Vanbrugh theatre. It raised money for Rada.

The Guardian’s critic Michael Billington, one of the few to see Hiddleston’s performance, praised the actor’s “ability to combine a sweet sadness with an incandescent fury. He suggests a fierce intellect gnawed by intense melancholy and yet subject to bouts of intemperate rage.

 


Current Projects

Loki (2021)

 

Tom as Loki

Takes place after Avengers: Endgame, which saw Loki steal the Tesseract during the 2012 events of The Avengers (2012), which created an alternate timeline from the main MCU films. In the series, Loki uses the Tesseract to travel through time and alter human history.

White Stork (2021)

 

Tom as James Cooper

Netflix drama series revolving around aspiring politician, James Cooper who tries to keep his dark past a secret before he runs for a seat in Parliament.

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Singer and songwriter Hank Williams rises to fame in the 1940s, but alcohol abuse and infidelity take a toll on his career and marriage to fellow musician Audrey Mae Williams.

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