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Miramax adopts 'The Coram Boy' - Variety 2/12/07


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  • Miramax adopts 'The Coram Boy' - Variety 2/12/07

    Miramax to adopt 'Boy'

    Novel about orphans raised in 1741

    By Michael Fleming
    February 12, 2007

    Producers Scott Rudin and Allison Owen will turn Jamila Gavin's novel "The Coram Boy" into a feature for Miramax Films.

    Adaptation has been set as a co-production of Scott Rudin Prods., Owen's Ruby Films and BBC Films, in partnership with Miramax and the U.K. Film Council.

    Novel -- which won the Whitbread Children's Book Award -- is an epic adventure about orphans raised in Britain's Coram hospice in 1741.

    Novel was separately turned into a play by Helen Edmundson that was a hit at London's National Theater and opens May 2 at Broadway's Imperial Theater.

    Rudin exec produced and Owen produced "The Other Boleyn Girl," a period drama starring Eric Bana, Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman. They also are producing a screen adaptation of Zadie Smith's novel "On Beauty."
    Last edited by Monorail Man; 02-12-2007, 10:49 PM.
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    Re: Miramax adopts 'The Coram Boy' - Variety 2/12/07

    Meanwhile, the Coram Boy theater show opens at Broadway tomorrow. I hear good things so far. Plus, I got a newsletter from stating there are $50 discount tickets at the site,


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      Re: Miramax adopts 'The Coram Boy' - Variety 2/12/07

      It looks to be a spectacular production. And hopefully a great Miramax film.

      Orphans' Tale: Coram Boy Arrives on Broadway April 16

      By Andrew Gans
      16 Apr 2007

      Jack Tarlton in the London production of Coram Boy.
      photo by Catherine Ashmore

      The New York premiere of the National Theatre of Great Britain's hit play Coram Boy begins previews April 16 at Broadway's Imperial Theatre. The production will officially open May 2.

      The 40-person cast features Drama Desk Award winner Jan Maxwell as villainess Mrs. Lynch, Jolly Abraham (Bombay Dreams) as Molly, Uzo Aduba as Toby, Jacqueline Antaramian (Julius Caesar) as Mrs. Hendry, Bill Camp (Heartbreak House) as Otis Gardiner, Dashiell Eaves (The Lieutenant of Inishmore) as adult Thomas Ledbury, Xanthe Elbrick as Young Alexander Ashbrook/Aaron, Tom Riis Farrell (Dirty Blonde) as Mr. Claymore, Brad Fleischer (Pig Farm) as Meshak Gardiner, Karron Graves as Isobel Ashbrook, Laura Heisler as Edward Ashbrook, Angela Lin as Miss Price, David Andrew Macdonald (Two Shakespearean ActorsJulius Caesar) as Frederic Handel, Kathleen McNenny (The Constant Wife) as Mrs. Milcote, Cristin Milioti (The Lieutenant of Inishmore) as Alice Ashbrook, Charlotte Parry (The Real Thing) as young Thomas Ledbury, Christina Rouner as Lady Ashbrook, Ivy Vahanian as Melissa/Angel and Wayne Wilcox (Suddenly Last SummerCoram Boy features direction by Melly Still. The creative team also includes Ti Green and Melly Still (designs), Paul Constable (lighting design), Adrian Sutton (music), Christopher Shutt (sound design), Constantine Kitsopoulos (music director) and Thomas Schall (fight director).

      Set in 18th-century England, the production, according to press notes, tells the tale of "two orphans at the Coram Hospital for Deserted Children: Toby, saved from an African slave ship and Aaron, the abandoned son of the heir to a great estate."

      Tickets, priced $56.25-$101.25, are now available by calling (212) 239-6200 or by visiting The Imperial Theatre is located in Manhattan at 249 West 45th Street.

      The company of the West End production of Coram Boy.
      photo by Catherine Ashmore
      "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006


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