Adrian Noble Biography (1950-)
Full name, Adrian Keith Noble; born July 19, 1950; son of William John and Violet Ena (Wells) Noble. Addresses: Office: Royal Shakespeare Company,Barbican Theatre, London E.C.2, England.
- Credits; Stage Director
- The Recruiting Officer, Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1979.
- The Forest, Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), Warehouse Theatre, London, 1981, revived at Aldwych Theatre, London, 1982.
- The Duchess of Malfi, Round House Theatre, London, 1981.
- A Doll's House, The Pit, London, 1982.
- Antony and Cleopatra, RSC, The Other Place Theatre, Stratford, England, then The Pit, 1983.
- King Lear, RSC, Barbican Theatre, London, 1983.
- Measure for Measure, RSC, Barbican Theatre, 1984.
- The Comedy of Errors, RSC, Barbican Theatre, 1984.
- A New Way to Pay Old Debts, RSC, The Pit, 1984.
- Henry V, RSC, Barbican Theatre, 1985.
- The Desert Air, RSC, The Pit, 1985.
- As You Like It, RSC, Barbican Theatre, 1985.
- Mephisto, Barbican Theatre, 1986.
- The Art of Success, RSC, The Other Place Theatre, 1986, then The Pit, 1987, later Manhattan Theatre Club/Stage One, New York City, 1989-90.
- Macbeth, RSC, Barbican Theatre, 1987 and 1989.
- "Richard III: His Death," The Plantagenets, RSC, Barbican Theatre,1989.
- The Master Builder, RSC, Barbican Theatre, 1989.
- Three Sisters, Gate Theatre, Dublin, Ireland, then Royal Court Theatre, London, 1990.
- Directed Carrie on Broadway; other plays include Ubu Rex, 1977, A Man's a Man, 1977, A View from the Bridge, 1978, Titus Andronicus, 1978, The Changeling, 1978, Love for Love, 1979, Timon of Athens, 1979, Dr. Faustus, 1981, Kiss Me, Kate, 1987, and Henry IV, Parts I and II, 1991. Operas include Don Giovanni, Kent Opera Theatre, Kent, England, 1983; and The Fairy Queen, Aix-en-Provence Festival, Aix-en-Provence, France, 1989. Toured as director of the RSC production The Winter's Tale, western British cities, 1984.
- Credits; Television Appearances; Episodic
- "Living Shakespeare: A Year with the RSC," A&E Stage, Arts andEntertainment, 1992.
- Theater Week, December 18, 1989, p. 20.