George Innes
actor
George Innes
George Innes is an English actor.
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Don't Let The Title Fool You! MHS Stages “Urinetown” as its Spring Musical
Montclair Patch - almost 5 years
  You might think “Urinetown” sounds unappealing, but don’t let the title fool you.  This musical won Tony Awards for its direction, book, music and lyrics when it first ran on Broadway in 2002, and was called by the New York Times, “a great musical—extraordinary, hilarious, and entirely original.” It will be all that and more when presented this weekend and next by the talented cast and crew of Montclair High School’s School of Visual and Performing Arts (SVPA). The story is set in a city where a 20-year drought has created a terrible water shortage, forcing the citizens to pay to…pee. The social commentary in its off-beat plot is certainly relevant today, as it satirizes capitalism, bureaucracy, and corporate greed. Indeed, “Urinetown” is the perfect mix of sophisticated, dark humor and fun, wacky music and characters. Brenda Pepper, director of the production, says, “The music, the energy, the dance numbers and sophistication of this script and the performers make this a very ...
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Among Friends: New NHA catalog chronicles 25 years of acquisitions - Nantucket Island Inquirer
Google News - over 5 years
The pages of this beautifully-assembled book are filled with paintings by notable artists like Eastman Johnson and George Innes, detailed whaling logs and fascinating journals, unique scrimshaw works, maritime instruments and relics from Nantucket's
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ED2011 Theatre Review: Fire And The Rose (George Innes) - ThreeWeeks News
Google News - over 5 years
In the basement of a bar on Victoria Street, there is a cool dark room, two dimly lit spotlights, a black backdrop and George Innes. There is no music, the setting is modest, but Innes' performance is mighty. It is not in the least light-hearted;
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Theatre review: Fire and the Rose - Edinburgh Festivals
Google News - over 5 years
George Innes has chosen his texts well. Taking as his theme the fall of man, he follows Milton's account of the Garden of Eden with a contemporary account of the Nuremburg trials to illustrate man's inhumanity to man. He returns to Dylan Thomas to end
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At the PEM: Hudson River artists reflect country's emerging vision - Milford Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
In addition to Cole, Church and Durand, the show includes memorable works by George Innes, Jasper Francis Cropsey, Thomas Hotchkiss, John Frederick Kensett, John Ferguson Weir and others. Arriving in Salem as the nation approaches the 10th anniversary
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Under-age sex man sentenced - Banffshire Journal
Google News - over 5 years
George Innes (35), 9 Gordon Crescent, was also put on the sex offenders' register for three years when he was sentenced at Banff Sheriff Court. An earlier court heard that Innes' liaison with the youngster was uncovered after a graphic picture he had
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Upstairs Downstairs Series One 40th Anniversary Edition DVD Review: it's a lot ... - TV Geek Army
Google News - over 5 years
... kitchen maid Emily (Evin Crowley) and footman Alfred Harris (George Innes). Series One tells the stories of these characters and their intertwined lives from November 1903 to June 1909, and begins with "On Trial" as a new maid (Pauline Collins),
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Obscene pictures lead to charge of unlawful sex - Banffshire Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Another photograph on a mobile which George Innes (35) had given to the youngster showed him blowing her a kiss. Text messages found by her mother on the girl's own mobile also revealed the extent of the involvement between Innes and the girl
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New exhibit at WSU Museum - The Daily Evergreen
Google News - almost 6 years
The 2011 summer exhibit presents prominent works by artists Gaylen Hansen, Patrick Siler, George Innes, Andy Warhol and others. Some of the works featured are Bird Flying into the Sun, no date, by Sister Corita and Siberian Tiger, 1983, by Andy Warhol
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Instant runoff voting works for Academy Awards, why not Blaine House? - Bangor Daily News
Google News - almost 6 years
... Iranian Parliament appointed Muhammed Mosaddegh just don't make me pay taxes for it super tense conservative ideologue who had just insulted His musician friend George Innes: “Listen man, I'm an American and I agree with every f*cking word he says
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FILM REVIEW; Master Of the Sea (And the French)
NYTimes - over 13 years
''DO you want to see a guillotine in Piccadilly? Do you want your children to grow up singing the 'Marseillaise'?'' This is Jack Aubrey, commander of H.M.S. Surprise, rousing the patriotism of his men as they prepare to engage a faster, larger French vessel somewhere off the coast of South America. This ship is England, he proclaims, and ''Master
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A Love of Landscape, in All Its Mysterious Moods
NYTimes - over 13 years
HAVING confused the train schedule to and from Old Lyme, I found myself at the Florence Griswold Museum with a little over an hour to spend in ''Earth, River and Light: Masterworks of Pennsylvania Impressionism.'' It was barely enough time, for I could have spent days in this lovely exhibition organized by Brian H. Peterson from the James A.
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THEATER REVIEW; Love Conquers All in Occupied Japan
NYTimes - almost 15 years
We'd like to think that the stories of our parents' lives are happy-ending fables, exemplars of good things happening to deserving people. This wish is made palpable in ''Swimming With Watermelons,'' a helium-weight, sweet-tempered semi-musical at the Vineyard Theater about love flourishing across a cultural divide. Written and directed by Diane
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Those Schools. That Dreadful Uncle. Those Hats.
NYTimes - about 15 years
It's getting to the point where it's almost impossible to make a bad television adaptation of a Dickens novel. Or to make one that looks substantially different from all the others. The two-part ''Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby'' that turns up tonight and tomorrow night demonstrates these dueling truisms perfectly. Dickens seems to be
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WEDDINGS; Barbara Whitney, Chis Gentry
NYTimes - about 16 years
Barbara Elvin Whitney and Chisholm Ferrell Gentry, who are both 65 and grew up together in Montclair, N.J., were married yesterday. The Rev. Evelyn Casper, a retired minister of the Unity Church, performed the ceremony at the Reach, a hotel in Key West, Fla. The bride is the president of an executive recruiting firm in Washington bearing her name.
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ARTS IN AMERICA; Denver's Tireless Patrons Enjoy the Art of City Living
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Here amid the hubbub of Lower Downtown's hip eateries and art galleries, two and a half blocks from Coors Field baseball stadium and just blocks from the daytime hangout for many of Denver's transients, Frederick and Jan Mayer bought a parking lot and built the first private single-family residence to rise in this old industrial district in a
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A Dreamer's Rough Awakening; Art Dealer to the Hollywood Elite Has a New Role, Inmate
NYTimes - almost 19 years
Tod Michael Volpe recalls growing up poor, the son of a tailor in Yonkers, with dreams ranging far beyond the immediate landscape. A keen eye and a glib tongue got him into the burgeoning art and antiques scene of 1970's SoHo, where he helped transform objects of the Arts and Crafts movement from flea market finds to must-have collectibles. A
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WESTCHESTER GUIDE
NYTimes - almost 20 years
WORLD AFFAIRS FORUM Jeffrey E. Garten, Dean of the Yale School of Management and former Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade in the Clinton Administration, will speak Tuesday at 7 P.M. on ''The Big Ten: Emerging Markets and How They Will Change Our Lives.'' The free program will be held at Philip Morris International, 800 Westchester
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A Rowdy Account of Love in Verona
NYTimes - about 20 years
Words take a beating in the International Shakespeare Globe Center's vigorous interpretation of ''Two Gentlemen of Verona,'' which opened last night at the New Victory Theater. Carefully composed love letters are torn into pieces, trampled upon with gymnastic anger and even flung into the audience. Violently declaimed oaths and promises are, as a
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 20 years
If anyone said the traditional ''Break a leg'' at the beginning of the first dress rehearsal at the Globe theater in London on Tuesday night, it brought no luck to the actor GEORGE INNES. Mr. Innes landed badly and broke his left leg as he climbed down a rope ladder onto the stage at the Globe, a replica of the 16th-century theater where
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of George Innes
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2010
    Age 71
    In March 2010, he performed Tribute at the Barron's Court Pub Theatre in London, receiving these reviews: "... the whole show centres around a superb talent: not Gielgud's but that of George Innes.
    More Details Hide Details The veteran performer has a marvellously warming presence with a deep velvet voice that could make a line from Avenue Q sound profound... Tribute really is a display of extraordinary talent." He performed the show at the Workshop Theatre in New York, touring westward to California. His film career includes Billy Liar (directed by John Schlesinger), The Italian Job (directed by Peter Collinson), Charlie Bubbles (directed by Albert Finney), The Engagement (directed by Paul Joyce), Gumshoe (directed by Stephen Frears), Quadrophenia (directed by Franc Roddam), Before Winter Comes (directed by Lee Thompson), The Last Valley (directed by James Clavell), A Bridge too Far (directed by Richard Attenborough), A Tale of Two Cities (directed by James Goddard), and Ivanhoe (directed by Douglas Camfield). His recent films include Shiner (directed by John Irvin), The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (directed by Stephen Whittaker), Last Orders (directed by Fred Schepisi), Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (directed by Peter Weir), Nine Lives (directed by David Carson), Stardust (directed by Mathew Vaughn), The Golden Age (directed by Shaki Kapur), and Things To Do Before You're 30 (directed by Simon Shore).
  • 2009
    Age 70
    In 2009 he appeared off-Broadway in The Lodger at the Workshop Theatre (Harris Yulin directing).
    More Details Hide Details There he developed his one-man show called Tribute, based on the Ages of Man by Sir John Gielgud. It was also performed at The Players, a theatrical club in New York City. The show played during the August 2009 Edinburgh Fringe Festival to excellent reviews.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1993
    Age 54
    In 1993–94 he appeared in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, with Simon Curtis directing in Chicago, a production which appeared on Broadway.
    More Details Hide Details Returning to London, he performed at the Southwark Playhouse in Rosmersholm (1997) and Riders to the Sea (2005).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1938
    Born
    Born in 1938.
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