Robin Charles LEFÈVRE

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1947-05-05
Education Irvine Royal Acad, The Royal Scottish Acad of Music and Dramatic Art
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Style Robin Lefèvre, Esq
Career director; assoc dir Hampstead Theatre, prodns incl: Then and Now, Threads, Writer's Cramp, On the Edge, Fall, Bodies (transferred Ambassadors), Aristocrats (Evening Standard Best Play Award 1988, NY Drama Critics' Award for Best Foreign Play), Valued Friends (Long Wharf CT, Evening Standard Award), Give Me Your Answer Do, Disposing of the Body, Peggy for You, Peggy For You (also Comedy Theatre), Losing Louis; for Abbey Theatre Dublin incl: Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (also Hampstead, Vaudeville, and Broadway), The Cavalcaders (also Royal Court and Tricycle Theatre), The Bird Sanctuary, Translations, Observe the Sons of Ulster; for Gate Theatre Dublin: Private Lives, A Street Car Named Desire, Afterplay (also Gielgud Theatre), Pygmalion, Betrayal, Uncle Vanya, Glass Menagerie; for Donmar Warehouse: Three Days of Rain, Helpless, The Hotel in Amsterdam; other credits incl: Outside Edge (Queens), Rocket to the Moon (Apollo), Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Evening Standard Best Musical Award), Rowan Atkinson's New Review (Shaftesbury), The Entertainer (Shaftesbury), The Country Girl (Apollo), When We Are Married (NT), The Wexford Trilogy (Bush), Katherine Howard (Chichester Festival Theatre), Krapp's Last Tape (Pit and Ambassadors), The Homecoming (Comedy Theatre), Heartbreak House (Roundabout Theatre NY); television and film: Jake's Progress (by Alan Bleasdale), Self-Catering, A Piece of Monologue (by Samuel Beckett)
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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