PRIVATE LIVES Amanda Prynne Stratford, Ontario, with Brian Bedford.
Brian Bedford as Malvolio in Twelfth Night 1975 with Frank Maraden, Lewis Gordon and Leslie Yeo photo by Robert C Ragsdale, Stratford Shakespearian Festival, Read articles at: http://www.whattravelwriterssay.com
“ “Alastair Bruce, our historical advisor, has always left me slightly outside the group in relation to etiquette,” Leech said. “I’ve never been given the full brief. So if you ever notice, sometimes...
Molière's 'Tartuffe', with Brian Bedford as Tartuffe, Lucy Peacock as Elmire, James Blendick as Orgon, and Seanna McKenna as Dorinne (Stratford Fest., 2000; presented also in 1983, with BB as T!) "As confections go, 'Tartuffe' is one of Moliere's best - a witty send-up of a pious scoundrel and the family he dupes. Add to that Bedford in the title role, as that pious scoundrel, in a translation by Richard Wilbur, and it's nothing short of,... delicious." John Coulborn... Enjoyed it.
"All the world 's a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts" --Jaques from "As You Like It" (Act II, Scene VII). Maggie Smith as Rosalind and Brian Bedford as Jaques in the Stratford Festival's 1978 production of "As You Like It."
Ian McKellen as Count Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.
THE GUARDSMAN 1976 Stratford, Ontario/Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, with Brian Bedford.
Brian Bedford, Stage Actor Who Brought the Classics to Life, Dies at 80
Brian Bedford, Stage Actor Who Brought the Classics to Life, Dies at 80 The versatile Mr. Bedford gained renown at Stratford in Canada and on Broadway portraying dozens of characters, most notably in works by Shakespeare, Molière and Chekhov.
MUCH ADO with Brian Bedford and Martha Henry
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM Titania 1977 Stratford, Ontario/Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles.