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Thomas Larque -
(E-Mail - shakespearean@shakespearean.org.uk)

Thomas Larque

List of Performance Credits
(Last Updated 1 August 2005)

 

PROFESSIONAL THEATRE-IN-EDUCATION AND CHILDREN'S THEATRE PRODUCTIONS

The Ancient Elements
(various), Spotlites Theatre Company.  Devised by Rachel King and the Cast.

Hindu Gods: Vishnu - The Avatar of the Turtle (various), Spotlites Theatre Company.  Devised by Rachel King and the Cast.

Stress!!! (various), Spotlites Theatre Company.  Devised by Rachel King and the Cast.

Little Red Ridinghood (various), Spotlites Theatre Company.  Devised by Rachel King and the Cast.

 

AMATEUR THEATRE PRODUCTIONS

Twelfth Night (Toby Belch), Spotlites Theatre Company [as 'Medway Shakespeare Society'].

Chess (Alexander Molokov), Spotlites Theatre Company. ['Thomas Larque brought great realism to the role of the stroppy Russian delegate Molokov' - Medway News, 22 April 1994]

Threepenny Opera (Jonathan Jeremiah Peachum), Spotlites Theatre Company.

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), Spotlites Theatre Company, [1993 production].  Extracts broadcast on Meridian Television.

A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens), Spotlites Theatre Company, [1994 production].

To Kill a Mockingbird (Sheriff Heck Tate), Spotlites Theatre Company.

 

RADA SHAKESPEARE CERTIFICATES

Bronze Shakespeare Certificate (with Merit)

 

ACTING COURSES

Shakespeare Summer School, Birmingham School of Acting (2005)


Thomas Larque, webmaster and editor of the Shakespeare and His Critics website, is an academic theatre reviewer, writing for Shakespeare Bulletin , Research Opportunities in Medieval and Renaissance Drama (both international scholarly journals based in the United States), and Early Modern Literary Studies (an online scholarly journal based in Britain).  Some of his reviews have also been reprinted in the Shakespearean Criticism series.  In the past, he has been a member of the Executive Committee of the British Shakespeare Association (writing book and film reviews for the British Shakespeare Association Newsletter), has been a guest lecturer on Elizabethan Theatre for BTEC in Performing Arts students as part of their course, edited Samuel Daniel's Delia and The Complaint of Rosamond for Renascence Editions, and worked for many years as a theatre administrator, press and publications officer, and researcher for Spotlites Theatre Company of Chatham, acting for them in amateur productions and theatre-in-education (his only Shakespearean role being Toby Belch in Twelfth Night).  He is currently a "mature" student at the University of Kent in England.  Click here for a list of his publications.


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