Terry Dresbach

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  1. DeVos12

    Hi Terry,
    I am asking a favor of you and Ron. My son, Jack DeVos, is in his last year at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He is an American student and his Visa runs out October of 2015. He wants to stay and work in the UK. I’m his mother and I am worried that he will be forced into a situation similar to Jamie and Clair’s forced marriage ( we love how that worked out but it is a story and real life does not always turn out as great!). He presently is dating a wonderful girl at RWCMD and I think they are talking about marrying to keep him in the UK. I love Melanie but I would rather they have more time to see where their relationship is going before they rush into this. He needs a job in the UK in order for him to stay there. I was hoping that you could come and see his play, Dogville at RWCMD at the end of October and hopefully get him a part with Outlander. I think he would be a great Ian the younger. I realize this will probably not happen but I thought it doesn’t hurt to try. He is playing the antagonist, Chuck, in this play. The lead women is an American red head named Gemini Anderson if you are still looking for Brianna. I think that you and Ron and the crew have done a fabulous job with Outlander. Can’t wait to see the next episode in Spring of 2015!
    Dogville
    Friday 24 – Friday 31 October 7.15pm
    Sat 1 November 8pm
    Matinee Thurs 30 October 2.30pm
    No performances on Sunday or Monday

    by Lars Von Trier
    Adapted for the stage by Christian Lollike
    Translated by Jonathan Sydenham

    Richard Burton Company
    Directed by David Bond
    UK PREMIERE

    The residents of a small Colorado town agree to hide a woman who seems to be on the run. But their support comes at a price. Originally filmed by director/writer Lars Von Trier (Breaking the Waves, Dancer in the Dark) with Nicole Kidman, this is the UK’s first stage production.

    Venue: Bute Theatre

    Tickets: £12, £10 concessions (under 25s £6)

    Age Guidance: 14+ (Contains scenes of a sexual nature)

    Running time: Approx. 2 hours 30 minutes (including one interval)

    Presented by arrangement with IPR Ltd, London, in cooperation with Nordiska ApS, Copenhagan

    Please note the later start time on Saturday 1 November is intended to avoid noise disruption from the neighbouring fireworks display.

  2. chuckroseberry

    Hello Terry. Lita and I saw you on CBS morning show and it’s so cool what you’ve accomplished in your life and career. We still have the high chair you painted for Erin. All the best Chuck Roseberry

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