Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen

Theatre Director

“I want to burn with the spirit of the times. Yes, the theatre can play an enormous part in the transformation of the whole of existence.” ― Vsevolod Meyerhold

Copenhagen Theatre Circle

CPH Post’s review of “Pygmalion” ★★★★★★ (6 stars)

Posted on 26 Apr 2015 in English, News | Comments Off on CPH Post’s review of “Pygmalion” ★★★★★★ (6 stars)

A triumph that even outshines passing off a flower girl as a duchess Don’t miss American director Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen’s brilliant contemporary retelling of ‘Pygmalion’ Jens Blegaa as Henry Higgins finally fulfils Eliza’s (Astrid Lund) prediction that he will strike her, but he’s not the true villain of the piece (photo: Marco Zamarin) April 26th, 2015 […]

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CphPost gives The Dining Room ★★★★★ (5 stars)

Posted on 08 May 2014 in English, News | Comments Off on CphPost gives The Dining Room ★★★★★ (5 stars)

The table is laid for an evening of fine reclining Five out of six stars for the CTC’s spring production of ‘The Dining Room’   The cast features a real who’s who of the CTC from recent years including Frank Theakston (second left), Vanessa Poole (standing), and Jens Blegaa (third right) May 8, 2014 15:30 […]

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CphCulture gives The Dining Room ★★★★★ (5 stars)

Posted on 05 May 2014 in English, News | Comments Off on CphCulture gives The Dining Room ★★★★★ (5 stars)

The original Danish version can be found at: http://cphculture.dk/p222thediningroom.html The Dining Room (from CPHCULTURE.dk). 5 stars out of 6. The CTC raises their ambitions with their production of A.R.Gurney’s The Dining Room. In Denmark, A.R.Gurney is best known for several succesful stagings of “Love Letters” – not least the legendary staging with Bodil Kjer and Ebbe […]

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University Post Review: A.R. Gurney’s ‘The Dining Room’

Posted on 02 May 2014 in English, News | Comments Off on University Post Review: A.R. Gurney’s ‘The Dining Room’

  Photo: Ditte Marie Krømmelbein The decline of wealthy white Danish protestant society, played out in Copenhagen Theater Circle’s ‘The Dining Room’   Copenhagen Theater Circle’s current production takes a modern approach to the telling of an old theater classic BY KATHARINA ZUANICH With the audience settled into their seats in the small, modest theater, […]

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