London audiences are swept away
by Hollywood's golden age!
"A Conversation With Edith Head is so much more than just a show for
followers of fashion. It is about years gone by; a period in film history that set a
trend for generations to come. Edith Head passed away in 1981 only two weeks
after completing her last film, but as you leave the theatre with Claassen still in
character chatting to each and every person, one honestly does feel that they
have met the truly inspirational woman that was Edith Head
and what a privilege it is."
"In one sense, she's the 'master of self promotion' and in another, she's 'the woman
who isn't there'. It's this diversity of character, aptly portrayed by Susan Claassen,
that makes A Conversation With Edith Head such lovely watching."
Our opening night was attended by some of our dearest friends in London including the fabulous Dame Cleo Laine and Sir John Dankworth!
The London artistic ensemble
with David O'Brien and Christopher Arnold is amazing.
When combined with James Blair and Bella Eibensteiner,
it becomes absolutely stellar!
At each performance we are blessed with the loveliest
and most appreciative audiences from around the world!
It is hard to believe that we have only two weeks left!
If you or your friends are London bound make sure
you let us know, and stay after the show to say hello!
The Leicester Square Theatre
6 Leicester Place London WC2H 7BX
Tuesday 29 July - Sunday 31 August
Box office: 0844 847 2475
USA Press Contact
(212) 921-4344 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accepting bookings now for 2009/2010!
Next USA performance is in March 2009 as part
of the Invisible Theatre 's 38th Anniversary Season!