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As promised, here are the first pair of interviews promoting Sydney Theatre Company’s new production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses, which opens in just a few days on March 31. The first is a Pamela Rabe interview from The Daily Telegraph featuring a pic of Rabe and Hugo Weaving in rehearsals, the second the first new Hugo Weaving interview in months (!) and well worth the wait. Hugo mostly focuses on the play, but also throws in a few tidbits about Cloud Atlas, The Hobbit and Uncle Vanya (which he’ll be tackling again in New York in a few months– which is not as metaphoric as it sounds, given some of his comments.) 😉 The photo accompanying the piece is actually from 2010, but it’s still a good one. Both article scans are below the cut for those with glitchy browsers. Like me. 😉
I’ll add new interviews, promotion and other info about the play as it becomes available. I’m already envying anyone lucky enough to have tickets. 😉
UPDATE: Elissa Blake’s interview with Hugo Weaving has now been posted in the online version of the Sydney Morning Herald; text and photo are the same as above, but this will expand its readership exponentially.