Antony Holland’s Not Going Gentle at the Presentation House Theatre

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Presentation House Theatre

Saturday, October 25th at 7 pm

Sunday, October 26th at 2 pm

Written and performed by Antony Holland

A mix of all his previous shows: A bit of Shakespeare, a bit of personal anecdote, a bit of poetry, and some new bits not seen before. He has just won the Order of Canada, and this could be the LAST time you get to see him. He is definitely NOT GOING GENTLE!

Both Little Voices and Not Going Gentle are being recorded LIVE for Audio books by Post Hypnotic Press Audiobooks, so the audience responses will be captured for posterity.

Antony Holland is one of Canada’s most notable actors, and as founder of the prestigious Studio 58 acting program at Langara College, he is a pioneer of theatre in B.C. Mr. Holland is the winner of three Vancouver Jessie Awards, the Sam Payne Award for “Humanity, Integrity and Encouragement of New Talent,” the Union of B.C Performers Award of Excellence for distinguished contribution to the industries of theatre, radio, film and television, and he has been inducted into the B.C Entertainment Hall of Fame. He has appeared in countless movies and television series, among them McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry (with Katharine Hepburn), and Stephen King’s Kingdom Hospital. He has acted on stage for over sixty years from The Bristol Old Vic where he was Assistant Principal from 1950 to 1957. His acclaimed performance as King Lear at Studio 58 in Vancouver has only been eclipsed by his role as Morrie in Tuesdays with Morrie, which he has played to audiences across the country, numbering over 40,000 and counting! Antony lives on Gabriola Island and in his nineties, continues to create informative and entertaining pieces of theatre.

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