Archive for the 'Theatre' Category

April 8, 2019 ♦ All About Eve, Interviews, Theatre

Early on in the London stage production of “All About Eve,” Gillian Anderson’s Margo Channing removes her stage makeup in a bright dressing room mirror. As she swipes away the layers, Anderson’s face is projected in close-up on massive video screens, which magnify the actual lines and dark circles under her eyes. It’s a moment […]

February 18, 2019 ♦ All About Eve, Appearances, Stills, Theatre

The gallery has been updated with HQ images from All About Eve from the recent press night & after party, as well as the opening night curtain call– many thanks to Lora for some of these. I’ve also added some gorgeous additional stills. Enjoy! Gallery Links – Events From 2019 > Feb 12: ‘All About […]

February 1, 2019 ♦ All About Eve, Stills, Theatre

Production stills from the play, All About Eve, have now been released — courtesy of Evening Standard — it opens for its first preview tomorrow, February 2! The play runs from February 2 until May 11. I’ve also updated most of the rehearsal images with better quality versions & added several more. Gallery links & […]

Thanks to Ana, I’ve been able to update the gallery with HQ production stills from the other stage plays that Gillian is known for, including, A Doll’s House; What the Night is For; The Sweetest Swing in Baseball; and The Vagina Monologues (along with other actresses, including Cate Blanchett & Kate Winslet — look how […]

January 16, 2019 ♦ All About Eve, Behinds, Theatre

Rehearsals for the stage play, All About Eve, are underway! Thus, I’ve added 004 gorgeous images from the rehearsals to the gallery (it looks so good!) Link & previews are below, enjoy! Gallery Link All About Eve > Rehearsals

January 14, 2019 ♦ All About Eve, Interviews, Theatre

I’ve added several images to the gallery from a gorgeous new photoshoot for The Telegraph magazine; the accompanying interview is posted below. Enjoy! Gillian Anderson is hard to pin down. Is she American or English? (Her accent slips between the two, depending on who she is talking to.) Guarded or warm? (She can be either, […]

September 22, 2018 ♦ All About Eve, Photoshoots, Theatre

The promotional images for the upcoming stage adaptation of All About Eve have been released & tickets shall go on sale from Friday, September 28, 2018! More details are posted below, along with previews & the gallery link. Gallery Link Promotional Gillian Anderson and Lily James will return to the London stage next year for […]

The gallery has been updated with over 100 HQ & MQ production stills from the theatre production, A Streetcar Named Desire. Gallery link & previews are below, enjoy! Gallery Link Production Stills

Baz Bamigboye of The Daily Mail has reported that Academy Award winning actor, Cate Blanchett, has departed an upcoming stage adaptation of the classic film All About Eve. According to Baz, Blanchett was forced to drop the project due to a scheduling conflict. Star Gillian Anderson is currently in talks to join the cast in […]

On the surface, Gillian Anderson appears icily controlled, but under the cool facade, there’s a wild side. On the eve of The Fall’s third season she speaks to Jessamy Calkin.  One night in the summer of 2014, during the Young Vic’s sell-out run of A Streetcar Named Desire, Gillian Anderson, playing Blanche DuBois with a […]

This video is from couple of days ago, an interview of Gillian from Charlie Rose about A Streetcar Named Desire. Take a look!

In the new production of A Streetcar Named Desire at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, the icy cool X-Files star cuts loose as Blanche DuBois. Thanks to a little television series called The X-Files, Gillian Anderson is best known to American audiences for her work as the ever-skeptical Agent Scully, which she has just reprised in the […]

The star talks about the pull ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ has on her and her penchant for playing damaged people The last time Gillian Anderson performed onstage in New York, she was living in the Village and waitressing on St. Mark’s Place. She won a best newcomer award in 1991—and never came back. Until now. […]