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    THE SEA VOYAGE by Fletcher & Massinger

    Castaways


    Reaction to Castaways

    Scared Sailors


    Albert & Aminta

    Amazons


    Cannibals

    A Man is Washed Up


    Amazons & their Governess
    THE UNNATURAL TRAGEDY by Margaret Cavendish

    Venice (Beach)


    Lecture

    Formal Introduction


    Rhyming

    Nan & Malateste


    Fund Raiser

    Sexual Assault


    Breakdown

    Post Rape


    Murder

    Death


    Life goes on
    LOVE's CURE by Beaumont and Fletcher

    This Girl is really a boy


    This Boy is really a Girl

    Their family tries to change them


    It doesn't work...

    For either...


    Some Rogues get involved...

    And a Courtizan


    And their Enemy has vowed to kill them

    'She' fights like a man


    And 'He' pleads for peace
    Henry 4th Part One

    Battle of Shrewsbury


    Falstaff on the Road

    Peace Talks


    Hotspurre & Dowglas

    Role Playing the King


    Richard's Funeral

    Gadshill Robbery


    Falstaff Boasting
    The Comedy of Errors, Hamburg

    The Set


    Sentencing Egeon

    Locked out


    Dr Pinch

    The Cast


    Arresting Antipholus

    Exorcism


    Beating Dromio

    Courtesan


    Binding Antipholus
    Measure for Measure

    The Brothel


    Police Raid

    Mistress Overdone


    Claudio Displayed

    Isabella and The Duke


    Isabella pleads to Angelo

    Mariana Appears


    Pompey in the Prison

    The Duke is Revealed


    Isabella joins Mariana
    Othello

    Cyprus Brawl


    Desdemona Pleads to her Father

    Iago Escapes

    Opening Dance

    Othello's Fit

    Othello Wounds Iago

    The Death Bed Scene

    Tom Robenolt as Iago

    Jake Hart as Othello

    Othello threatens Iago
    King Lear, New York, USA


    Lear and Kent


    Lear and his Knights


    Lear in the Storm

    Edgar Edmund Fight

    Edgar Edmund Fight

    Lear in NYC Nightclub

    Edmund Killed

    Lear Preaches

    Gloster Blinded

    Gloster Suicide

    The Fool and Kent

    Lear in the Hovel
    Antony & Cleopatra


    The Set


    Opening


    Cleopatra

    Octavia in Rome

    Boat Party

    Sea Battle

    Sea Battle

    Sea Battle

    Sea Battle

    Sea Battle

    Whipping Thidias

    Land Battle

    Death of Antony

    Ascending to Heaven

    Death of Cleopatra

    Ending

     

    Henry V Alaska, USA

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    Agincourt Battle  
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    Agincourt Battle  
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    Siege of Harfleur
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    Agincourt Battle  
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    Executing Traitors
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    Agincourt Battle  
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    Pistol  Fighting
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    Agincourt Battle  
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    Pistol & Nym
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    Agincourt Battle  

    Discontented Soldiers  

    Hanging Bardolph
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    Henry & His Troops
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    The French Before The Battle 
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    Peace Conference
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    Final French Charge
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    Salic Law

     

    Henry V at World Shakespeare Congress, Australia


    Assaulting The Breach 

    Pistol etc Hiding

    Hanging Bardolph

      The Leek Scene

    Hanging Bardolph

    Full Company & Crew

    The Fallen

    Henry & His Troops

    Henry V

     

    The Good Person Of Sichuan

     

    Julius Caesar


    Rehearsing "Julius Caesar" Fairbanks, Alaska, 2003

    The assassins leave to greet the people. "Julius Caesar" 2003

    Set for "Julius Caesar" Fairbanks, Alaska, 2003
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    The war in "Julius Caesar

    Rehearsing "Julius Caesar" in Fairbanks, Alaska, 2003

    Rehearsing "Julius Caesar" in Fairbanks, Alaska, 2003

    Rehearsing "Julius Caesar" in Fairbanks, Alaska, 2003

    Opening scene from "Julius Caesar". Fairbanks, Alaska, 2003
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    The war in "Julius Caesar

    Brutus addresses the people. "Julius Caesar

     

    Deadly Nightcap


    "Deadly Nightcap" in Vienna, Austria

    "Deadly Nightcap" in Vienna, Austria

    "Deadly Nightcap" in Vienna, Austria

    "Deadly Nightcap" in Vienna, Austria

    "Deadly Nightcap" in Vienna, Austria

     

    Love's Labor's Lost


    The final song in "Love's Labor's Lost" Fairbanks, Alaska, 2001

    The arrival of the Princess of France. "Love's Labor's Lost". Fairbanks, Alaska. 2001

     

    Much Ado About Nothing

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    The final dance in "Much Ado" On tour in Alaska, 2005
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    The set for "Much Ado" On tour in Alaska, 2005

    "Much Ado About Nothing" On tour in Alaska 2005

    The Watch in "Much Ado" NYC

    The Masque scene from "Much Ado" On tour in Alaska, 2005
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    Standing ovation for "Much Ado" On tour in Alaska, 2005

    Much Ado in a modern dress version, 'Al Fresco', in Washington Square Park, New York City

    NYC Production of "Much Ado" previewing in Fairbanks
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    Graham rehearsing "Much Ado" for it's New York run, 2005

    Beatrice & Benedick

     

    Incomplete & Random Acts of Kindness @ RADA

     

    The Winter's Tale

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    The dance in "The Winter's Tale". Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004
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    The Winter's Tale" rehearsals, Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004

    Rehearsing "The Winter's Tale" Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004

    Autolycus arrives on his mule. "The Winter's Tale". Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004

    The oracle scene from "The Winter's Tale". Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004

    "The Winter's Tale" rehearsals, Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004

    "The Winter's Tale" rehearsals, Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004


    Skiing in "The Winter's Tale". Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004

     


    Rehearsing "The Winter's Tale" Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004

     

    IN FLAME

     

    The Country Wife

     

    Short Films


    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films

    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films

    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films

    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films

    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films

    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films
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    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films
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    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films

    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films

    Stills from the shoot of Graham's short films

     

    Funny Peculiar

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    "Funny Peculiar" at Perth Rep, Scotland. 1997
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    The shop scene from "Funny Peculiar". Perth Rep, Scotland, 1997

    The seduction scene from 'Funny Peculiar". Perth Rep, Scotland. 1997

     

    Other Photos


    Model box of Niki Turner's set for "Romeo & Juliet" at the Mercury Theatre Colchester, 1993
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    "Marat / Sade" performance. Corbett Theatre, London, 2005

    Marji Campi as Shirley Valentine in Graham's production of the play in Frankfurt, Germany

    RSC Artistic Director Trevor Nunn introduces Graham to Queen Elizabeth II at the opening of the Swan Theatre, Stratford upon Avon, 1986

    Graham Watts

    Graham Watts

    Graham Watts and Tom Robenolt

    Graham in Pakistan for a workshop tour. 1999

    Graham acting in “Henry V”

    Graham acting in “Henry V”

    Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival

     

    “A rollicking good time... Watts has put in more delicious surprises than a trip through a carnival funhouse.” 

    “Love’s Labor’s Lost” 

    “This superb thriller, as directed by Graham Watts, had the audience on the edge of their seats…A real winner”

    “Dangerous Obsession”

     

    "Funny? Take the word of one who hardly ever manages more than a thin-lipped smile, it is side-splitting"

    “Bouncers”

    “A winner all the way!…(it) will uplift you and have you rolling in the aisles”

    “Up ‘N Under”

    “Graham Watts plucks this 17th century gem from undeserved obscurity and gives it bouncing new life”

    “A Woman is a Weathercock”

    “The production was spectacularly good and there have been so many supportive comments on the standard of the production and the depth of the performances. It was great to have you working with us once again and your stimulating enthusiasm is greatly appreciated by everybody. ”

    Nicholas Barter. Principal, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art