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Olivia Williams: Love, hate, divorce and the roar of a Shakespearean lion
By Olivia Williams
12:15PM BST 17 Sep 2013

In her monthly column, Olivia Williams reflects on the fragile no-man’s-land between love and divorce.

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Olivia Williams interview: 'This is acting, not therapy'
By Tim Robey
12:30PM BST 11 Sep 2013

As she prepares to star in Bergman's 'Scenes from A Marriage', Olivia Williams talks to Tim Robey about spouses, sexism and filming with Arnie.

Olivia Williams bounds in for our interview with short, chic hair and dark blue dungarees. She might have been doing a spot of DIY; in fact, she’s just been screaming bloody murder at her husband in rehearsals. Her real one’s the actor Rhashan Stone; her stage one’s Mark Bazeley, in 'Scenes from a Marriage', the forthcoming Trevor Nunn revival of Ingmar Bergman’s squabble-fest.

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Trevor Nunn is reviving Ingmar Bergman's Scenes from a Marriage at the St James Theatre later this year.

Nunn, who directed Iain Glen and his then-wife Imogen Stubbs in the first production at the Belgrade, Coventry in 2008, is revisiting the play with actress Olivia Willams.

Scenes from a Marriage will run at the St James from 16 September to 9 November 23013 (previews from 11 September), marking the venue's first anniversary.

The play, adapted by Joanna Murray-Smith from Ingmar Bergman's 1970s Swedish TV series, follows Johan and Marianne from happily married couple to warring contenders in divorce and beyond.

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St. James Theatre 'Scenes from a Marriage' page


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