Life in Stages
Life In Stages: Episode 1
From endearing and funny tales of her first stage experiences, to her crowning moment of glory at the Oscar’s, The Crown’s Olivia Colman speaks to the National Theatre’s Co-Director, Rufus Norris. Together, they tell us their Life in Stages.
Life in Stages is the National Theatre’s interview series profiling some of the biggest names in British theatre. Filmed on the empty Lyttelton stage, each episode features a pair of creatives reflecting on their stage careers, and revealing the funny, personal and poignant stories behind everything from their earliest theatre memory to their biggest professional highs and lows.
Life in Stages is produced by National Theatre and Wing.
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Life In Stages: Episode 2
Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley share their lives in theatre memories, from transforming childhood homes into stages to recently starring in the National Theatre's film of Romeo & Juliet. The two friends interview one another and reveal the stories behind their lives on the stage.
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Life In Stages: Episode 3
Adrian Lester and Meera Syal share their experiences of forming acting careers at a time when they rarely saw people of colour in the industry, some thoughts on the empathy of storytelling, and memories of drama school.
Life in Stages is the National Theatre’s interview series profiling some of ...
Life In Stages: Episode 4
Award-winning actors Bill Nighy, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Andrew Lincoln reunite 20 years on from starring together in Joe Penhall’s critically acclaimed Blue/Orange at the National Theatre (2000) and in much-loved film Love Actually (2003).
Life in Stages is the National Theatre’s interview series ...