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Christopher Plummer is one of the living legends of our present day film and television industry. Plummer has been acting for over six decades now, and over that period of time he has achieved a lot and played loads of major roles in different movies, television shows and theatrical productions. Plummer made his debut as a movie actor back in 1958 when he starred in a movie titled Stage Struck. From thereon, he went on to play memorable roles in some early movies such as The Man Who Would be King, and The Night of the Generals: The Return of the Pink Panther. Over his long lustrous career, Plummer has played numerous memorable roles including the role of Captain Georg Ludwig von Trapp alongside Julie Andrews in a musical film titled The Sound of Music, which came out in 1965 and turned out to be a huge success. As far as his television career is concerned, Plummer is well known for playing his role in a miniseries called The Thorn Birds. As of the moment, Christopher Plummer embarks on an autobiographical journey through time, which depicts his love for various kinds of works of literature that he enjoys. Plummer would be giving this talk this season at the Stratford Festival so make sure you have your Christopher Plummer tickets if you wish to catch this enlightening session with the Academy Award winning actor.

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Plummer performed at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival for the very first time in 1956, when he made his debut playing the lead role of the play Henry V. The very same performance of the play was then reenacted once again at the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland.  The following year, Plummer returned to the festival yet again and for this time he played the lead role in Hamlet, which was followed by his role in Twelfth Night in 1957 at the Stratford Festival. In the year 1958, Christopher Plummer as played the role of Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, Bardolph in Henry IV, Part 1 and portrayed Leontes in The Winter’s Tale. Plummer also played the roles of Mercutio and Philip the Bastard in Romeo and Juliet and King John respectively in 1960. Before returning to the festival to play Mark Antony in Antony and Cleopatra in 1967, he had previously played the lead roles in Macbeth and Cyrano de Bergerac in 1962. Plummer was also in the cast of the well praised and successful production of King Lear in 2002, which was directed by Jonathan Miller. The success of the play also resulted in a production at the Lincoln Center in New York City in 2004.
In August 2008, Plummer made his comeback to the Stratford Festival in Canada to portray the role of Julius Caesar in the highly acclaimed production of Caesar and Cleopatra by George Bernard. The play was directed by Des McAnuff, and was also videotaped to be shown at the various Canadian cinemas in early 2009. After the cinemas, the production was also broadcasted on television in Canada on Bravo! on April 4, 2009. Top play the role of Prospero in an hit play The Tempest, Plummer made his comeback to the festival in 2010. Now after almost two years of his last appearance at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Plummer is scheduled to appear this year to celebrate festival’s 60th anniversary with his autobiographical special called A Word or Two.
A Word or Two is all about Plummer’s lifelong connection with different sorts of books that has inspired him throughout his life, both as a person and as an actor. Ranging from various genres and writers, Plummer will take the listeners on an enlightening journey that will bring them even closer to Plummer’s very own bookshelf. So catch Plummer live this season at the Stratford Festival in Canada with our cheap Christopher Plummer tickets. 

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