Samuel Barnett Poster

Other Works

  • (June 2004) : Plays Posner in "The History Boys" play by Alan Bennett (National Theatre, London, England, UK).
  • Played Peter in "When You Cure Me", a new play by Jack Thorne - Bush Theatre, London (2005).
  • Appeared in a rehearsed reading of Strindberg's "After the Fire" - National Theatre (Olivier stage), London (2005).
  • Appeared in a showcase performance of "Yellowing", an adaptation of the short story by Charlotte Perkins Gilman - Jermyn Street Theatre, London (July 2005).
  • Appeared in "Notes From New York", a showcase of new musical writing - Arts Theatre, London (July 2004).
  • Appeared in "Wotcha Will", a compilation of the Shakespeare's canon dipping into 17 of his plays - Statford Circus, London (2003).
  • Played Cherubino in Pierre Beaumarchais' "The Marriage of Figaro" - Royal Excahnge Theatre, Manchester (2002).
  • Played Reggie in a revival of Peter Whelan's "The Accrington Pals" - Minerva Studio, Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester (2002).
  • Appeared in "The Desires of Frakenstein" - Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London (2001).
  • Played Posner in Alan Bennett's "The History Boys" - National Theatre, London/ Lyric Theatre, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong/ St James Theatre, International Arts Festival, Wellington, New Zealand/ Sydney Theatre, Sydney, Australia/ Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, New York, USA (2006).
  • Theatre: 2003-2004 - played Pantalaimon in "His Dark Materials" by Philip Pullman (adapted by Nicholas Wright), at the National Theatre (Olivier stage), London. Directed by Nicholas Hytner. Took part in an associated reading of Blake's "Songs of Innocence & Experience".
  • Returned to the West End for the first time since the History Boys, to play Karl in 'Dealer's Choice' at the Menier Chocolate Factory, directed by Samuel West (2007).
  • (2004) He acted in Alan Bennett's play, "The History Boys," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Richard Griffiths, Frances De La Tour, Clive Merrison, Stephen Campbell Moore, Dominic Cooper, and Russell Tovey in the cast. Nicholas Hytner was director.

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