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Jackson crowned best actress
    2017-December-6  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

格伦达·杰克逊因出演《李尔王》加冕最佳女主角

She hadn’t been on stage for 25 years, swapping acting for politics to serve as an MP. But Glenda Jackson’s comeback — as King Lear — has been rewarded with a leading acting award.

The 81-year-old double Oscar winner returned to the stage at London’s Old Vic theater at the end of last year.

Her performance as Shakespeare’s king has now earned her the Evening Standard Theater Award for best actress.

Sunday’s ceremony also saw Andrew Garfield named best actor.

The former “Spider-Man” star picked up the trophy* for his role in the National Theater’s production of “Angels in America.”

He triumphed* over Andrew Scott, who was nominated for playing Hamlet, and Bertie Carvel, given a nod for playing media mogul* Rupert Murdoch in Ink. Both plays started at the Almeida in London.

The other nominees for best actress were Victoria Hamilton in Mike Bartlett’s “Albion” — also at the Almeida — and Laura Donnelly in “The Ferryman” at the Royal Court and then the West End.

“The Ferryman” by Jez Butterworth was the biggest winner at Sunday’s ceremony, also winning best play, best director for Sam Mendes and the emerging* talent award for “Dunkirk” actor Tom Glynn-Carney.

The ceremony was hosted by “Fleabag” star Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who was praised for tackling* the subject of sexual harassment, including the Old Vic’s response to the allegations against its former artistic director Kevin Spacey.

(SD-Agencies)

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