Shaw was born in County Cork and was raised in the Roman Catholic faith. [4] Her father, Denis Wilson, was an ophthalmic surgeon [5] [6] and her mother, Mary, was a physicist . [7]

She attended secondary school at Scoil Mhuire in Cork City. She received her degree in University College Cork . She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London and was part of a 'new wave' of actors to emerge from the Academy. She received much acclaim as Julia in the National Theatre production of Richard Sheridan 's The Rivals (1983). [8]

She played Miss Morrison in the 1984 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes episode " The Adventure of the Crooked Man " and Catherine Greenshaw in Agatha Christie's Marple episode " Greenshaw's Folly " in 2013.

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Theatre credits include:  Motown  (Shaftesbury Theatre);  Peter Pan in Concert  (Adelphi Theatre);  Dessa Rose  (Trafalgar Studios);  Little Shop of Horrors  (Aberystwyth Arts Centre);  Sister Act  (UK Tour);  Smokey Joe’s Café  (Landor Theatre);  Avenue Q , (Noel Coward Theatre & Gielgud Theatre);  Les Miserables  (Queens Theatre);  Porgy and Bess;  (Savoy Theatre),  Dancing in the Streets;  (Cambridge/Aldwych Theatre);  Jerry Springer the Opera  (Cambridge Theatre);  Miss Saigon  (Original UK Tour);  The Rocky Horror Show  (European Tour); and  The Wiz ( Hackney Empire). Feature Film credits include:  Florence Foster Jenkins  and  London Road.

Recent theatre credits include:  Showboat  (Sheffield Crucible);  Sister Act ( National Theatre Dublin);  Notre Dame de Paris  (International Tour);  Jesus Christ Superstar  (UK National Arena Tour);  We Will Rock You  (Dominion Theatre)  Porgy and Bess  (Savoy Theatre) ; Miss Saigon  (UK Tour)and  Disney’s The Lion King  (Lyceum) .

Credits include  Wicked  (Apollo Victoria);  Shrek The Musical  (UK Tour)  Scottsboro Boys  (Young Vic);  Disney’s The Lion King ; (Lyceum);  Thriller Live!  (Lyric Theatre) and  Oliver!  (Theatre Royal Drury Lane). Film credits include  Been So Long .

Shaw was born in County Cork and was raised in the Roman Catholic faith. [4] Her father, Denis Wilson, was an ophthalmic surgeon [5] [6] and her mother, Mary, was a physicist . [7]

She attended secondary school at Scoil Mhuire in Cork City. She received her degree in University College Cork . She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London and was part of a 'new wave' of actors to emerge from the Academy. She received much acclaim as Julia in the National Theatre production of Richard Sheridan 's The Rivals (1983). [8]

She played Miss Morrison in the 1984 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes episode " The Adventure of the Crooked Man " and Catherine Greenshaw in Agatha Christie's Marple episode " Greenshaw's Folly " in 2013.

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Shaw was born in County Cork and was raised in the Roman Catholic faith. [4] Her father, Denis Wilson, was an ophthalmic surgeon [5] [6] and her mother, Mary, was a physicist . [7]

She attended secondary school at Scoil Mhuire in Cork City. She received her degree in University College Cork . She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London and was part of a 'new wave' of actors to emerge from the Academy. She received much acclaim as Julia in the National Theatre production of Richard Sheridan 's The Rivals (1983). [8]

She played Miss Morrison in the 1984 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes episode " The Adventure of the Crooked Man " and Catherine Greenshaw in Agatha Christie's Marple episode " Greenshaw's Folly " in 2013.

Shaw was born in County Cork and was raised in the Roman Catholic faith. [4] Her father, Denis Wilson, was an ophthalmic surgeon [5] [6] and her mother, Mary, was a physicist . [7]

She attended secondary school at Scoil Mhuire in Cork City. She received her degree in University College Cork . She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London and was part of a 'new wave' of actors to emerge from the Academy. She received much acclaim as Julia in the National Theatre production of Richard Sheridan 's The Rivals (1983). [8]

She played Miss Morrison in the 1984 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes episode " The Adventure of the Crooked Man " and Catherine Greenshaw in Agatha Christie's Marple episode " Greenshaw's Folly " in 2013.

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Theatre credits include:  Motown  (Shaftesbury Theatre);  Peter Pan in Concert  (Adelphi Theatre);  Dessa Rose  (Trafalgar Studios);  Little Shop of Horrors  (Aberystwyth Arts Centre);  Sister Act  (UK Tour);  Smokey Joe’s Café  (Landor Theatre);  Avenue Q , (Noel Coward Theatre & Gielgud Theatre);  Les Miserables  (Queens Theatre);  Porgy and Bess;  (Savoy Theatre),  Dancing in the Streets;  (Cambridge/Aldwych Theatre);  Jerry Springer the Opera  (Cambridge Theatre);  Miss Saigon  (Original UK Tour);  The Rocky Horror Show  (European Tour); and  The Wiz ( Hackney Empire). Feature Film credits include:  Florence Foster Jenkins  and  London Road.

Recent theatre credits include:  Showboat  (Sheffield Crucible);  Sister Act ( National Theatre Dublin);  Notre Dame de Paris  (International Tour);  Jesus Christ Superstar  (UK National Arena Tour);  We Will Rock You  (Dominion Theatre)  Porgy and Bess  (Savoy Theatre) ; Miss Saigon  (UK Tour)and  Disney’s The Lion King  (Lyceum) .

Credits include  Wicked  (Apollo Victoria);  Shrek The Musical  (UK Tour)  Scottsboro Boys  (Young Vic);  Disney’s The Lion King ; (Lyceum);  Thriller Live!  (Lyric Theatre) and  Oliver!  (Theatre Royal Drury Lane). Film credits include  Been So Long .

Ibsen Studies is the only international journal devoted to Henrik Ibsen, and is a central publication both for Ibsen researchers and for those with a more general interest in the author and his work.

Ibsen Studies is a forum for debate and critique for all those who work within the extensive field of research into the work of Ibsen. The journal is cross-disciplinary in nature, with contributions from literary and theatre scholars, historians and those involved in theatre.

Shaw was born in County Cork and was raised in the Roman Catholic faith. [4] Her father, Denis Wilson, was an ophthalmic surgeon [5] [6] and her mother, Mary, was a physicist . [7]

She attended secondary school at Scoil Mhuire in Cork City. She received her degree in University College Cork . She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London and was part of a 'new wave' of actors to emerge from the Academy. She received much acclaim as Julia in the National Theatre production of Richard Sheridan 's The Rivals (1983). [8]

She played Miss Morrison in the 1984 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes episode " The Adventure of the Crooked Man " and Catherine Greenshaw in Agatha Christie's Marple episode " Greenshaw's Folly " in 2013.

If you are sure that none of the above applies to you, and wish us to investigate the problem, we need to know your IP address. Go to this site , don't sign up, just copy the IP address (it looks like: 12.34.56.78 but your numbers will be different) and mail it to us . If that page also shows a proxy address, we need that one too.

Theatre credits include:  Motown  (Shaftesbury Theatre);  Peter Pan in Concert  (Adelphi Theatre);  Dessa Rose  (Trafalgar Studios);  Little Shop of Horrors  (Aberystwyth Arts Centre);  Sister Act  (UK Tour);  Smokey Joe’s Café  (Landor Theatre);  Avenue Q , (Noel Coward Theatre & Gielgud Theatre);  Les Miserables  (Queens Theatre);  Porgy and Bess;  (Savoy Theatre),  Dancing in the Streets;  (Cambridge/Aldwych Theatre);  Jerry Springer the Opera  (Cambridge Theatre);  Miss Saigon  (Original UK Tour);  The Rocky Horror Show  (European Tour); and  The Wiz ( Hackney Empire). Feature Film credits include:  Florence Foster Jenkins  and  London Road.

Recent theatre credits include:  Showboat  (Sheffield Crucible);  Sister Act ( National Theatre Dublin);  Notre Dame de Paris  (International Tour);  Jesus Christ Superstar  (UK National Arena Tour);  We Will Rock You  (Dominion Theatre)  Porgy and Bess  (Savoy Theatre) ; Miss Saigon  (UK Tour)and  Disney’s The Lion King  (Lyceum) .

Credits include  Wicked  (Apollo Victoria);  Shrek The Musical  (UK Tour)  Scottsboro Boys  (Young Vic);  Disney’s The Lion King ; (Lyceum);  Thriller Live!  (Lyric Theatre) and  Oliver!  (Theatre Royal Drury Lane). Film credits include  Been So Long .

Ibsen Studies is the only international journal devoted to Henrik Ibsen, and is a central publication both for Ibsen researchers and for those with a more general interest in the author and his work.

Ibsen Studies is a forum for debate and critique for all those who work within the extensive field of research into the work of Ibsen. The journal is cross-disciplinary in nature, with contributions from literary and theatre scholars, historians and those involved in theatre.

Shinn is the acclaimed playwright of Dying City (a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize), Four, On the Mountain, Other People, The Coming World, What Didn't Happen, Where Do We Live and The Sleepers.

Ian Rickson (who directed the acclaimed 2008 Broadway production of The Seagull , first seen in London) stages the classic 1890 Ibsen tragedy for the Roundabout Theatre Company at the American Airlines Theatre on 42nd Street. Opening is Jan. 25. This is a limited engagement through March 29.

According to Roundabout, in "this new interpretation of Henrik Ibsen's modern classic," Hedda is "a woman of dangerous independence restrained by a conventional marriage. [She] indulges in a cruel game, amusing herself with the misfortune she inflicts on those around her. As Hedda struggles to balance her wild desires against her chosen life, she sets into motion a manic chain of events that bring her story to a chilling end."

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