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An Interview With Actor Martin Bermoser

(c) Actor Martin Bermoser

(c) Actor Martin Bermoser

Austrian actor Martin Bermoser has a very versatile and international career and that’s precisely the way he likes it. The 37-year-old started his acting career at the state-acting-school Vienna conservatory, where theatre was his early passion. Now he lives in Vienna with his wife and daughter, plays lead roles in Austrian theatres and gets to travel abroad for roles in movies such as the Hollywood blockbuster Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation and he just finished shooting a World War II movie.
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Three Plays In 3 Days – American Buffalo, The Elephant Man and The Merchant Of Venice

AMERICAN BUFFALO            Writer - David Mamet, Director Daniel Evans, Wyndham's Theatre, London, UK, Credit: Johan Persson - www.perssonphotography.com /

AMERICAN BUFFALO Writer – David Mamet, Director Daniel Evans, Wyndham’s Theatre, London, UK, Credit: Johan Persson – http://www.perssonphotography.com /

After six months I found myself back in one of the world’s most inspiring places with regards to entertainment: London’s West End! Time for another theatre marathon, consisting of these plays: American Buffalo, starring Damian Lewis, John Goodman and Tom Sturridge, The Merchant Of Venice, including Jonathan Pryce and Daniel Lapaine and The Elephant Man, with Bradley Cooper, Patricia Clarkson and Alessandro Nivola. 

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3 plays in 3 days – Strangers on a Train, Twelve Angry Men and The Duck House

Strangers on a Train (c) dailymail.co.uk

Strangers on a Train (c) dailymail.co.uk

Sometimes you just have to take your life savings and splurge it ‘wisely’ on something inspiring, such as three hit West End shows in London, within three days. I did, and it re-awakened my passion for theatre. But more importantly, it provided me with memories I shall never forget. Strangers on a Train (Gielgud Theatre), Twelve Angry Men (Garrick Theatre) and The Duck House  (Vaudeville Theatre) were each fascinating in their own way. Why should you watch these plays and what are the highlights?  Continue reading