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‘Razgovor s Bobom Lohrmannom’ na temu Čisto ludilo – svjetski kazališni fenomen
Bob Lohrmann je američki glumac, redatelj i producent predstave Čisto ludilo (Sheer Madness) koja je svjetski fenomen po broju postavljanja u svijetu, kao i broju izvedbi, a nedavno je uspješno postavljena i u zagrebačkom kazalištu Komedija u režiji Nine Kleflin.
Razgovor vodi: Sanja Nikčević
U razgovoru sudjeluje Nina Kleflin.
U nedjelju 21. 10. 2012. u 19 h.
Knjižnica Bogdana Ogrizovića, Preradovićeva 5, Zagreb.
VIŠE O GOSTU: BOB LOHRMANN
Bob Lohrmann is the Associate Artistic Director of the Kennedy Center production of Shear Madness in Washington, DC, where the show has broken all box office records in its on-going 24 year run. Additionally he has directed more than a dozen productions throughout the US and Canada and trained directors for productions as far ranging as Croatia, South Africa, Brazil, Turkey, Puerto Rico and Iceland. He has performed all the male roles in the show. Other directing credits include Lend Me a Tenor and Murder at the Howard Johnson’s for Drayton Festival Theatre, and plays at The Charles Street Theatre in DC and The Lake George Dinner Theatre. Before Shear, Mr. Lohrmann was a charter company member of the People’s Light and Theatre Company in Pennsylvania where, over 15 years he appeared in 35 plays from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf to Charley’s Aunt. Additionally he has appeared at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, and in Philadelphia at the Wilma, the Arden and Walnut Street Theatres. His comedy sketches have been performed at the Manhattan Punchline in New York. Bob was the announcer for Nickelodeon’s game show for kids, Finders Keepers (“Tell ‘em what they’ve won, Bob”) and he has written and produced dozens of radio commercials. He is on the board of the International Institute for Theatrical Research and is President of Endless Mountain Zendo. He lives in Pennsylvania with his partner of 32 years, singer/songwriter and rock musician John Lilley.