Video: Alan Rickman in “Seminar”

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Nov 21, 2011

Posted by Mel

Thanks again to the efforts of Leaky reader WeenyOwl, we now have a video of Alan Rickman (Severus Snape) in his new Broadway play “Seminar”:

Our favorite acid-tongued professor is back!… sort of. Alan Rickman
stars as an intimidating teacher in Theresa Rebeck’s Broadway play, “Seminar,”
bringing back fond memories of his turn as another intimidating
teacher, Professor Snape. The play marks Rickman’s return to Broadway –
his last role was in 2002′s “Private Lives,” which is currently undergoing a revival starring Kim Cattrall and Paul Gross. He’s been keeping busy on the stage elsewhere, though, most recently starring in Henrik Ibsen’s “John Gabriel Borkman” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Readers should be advised that there is some language used in the clip that may be inappropriate for minors. You can watch the video here.





10 Responses to Video: Alan Rickman in “Seminar”

Avatar Imagewandmastercalum says: Good for him :)Avatar Imagekyrstalkris says: That's great! Harry Potter stars must love theater. xDAvatar ImageEeyore says: Love Alan Rickman - too bad I'm on the other coast or I'd try to go see the play.Avatar ImageLunaLuver says: I'd love to see good old Snape in a play, I'd love to see Dan too. But sadly I'm on the other side of the country. :(Avatar Imagemencia says: lol loved that, thanks for sharing leakyAvatar ImageWON_TWO says: Very nice.. At least they didn't make him say: "By Grabthar's Hammer..." loool... Nice one WeenyOwl... ;+)Avatar ImageWeenyOwl says: I'm so excited that I've got tickets to see this in February! I'm taking my tennaged son who has been bitten by the acting bug, so he can learn from a true master. : )Avatar ImageWeenyOwl says: Er, make that 'teenaged.'Avatar ImageWeenyOwl says: Er, make that 'teenaged.'Avatar Imagepotions fan says: It's great that Alan is doing another comedy on Boadway. ◕‿◕ кγяϟταℓкяỉϟ ✎ ω♭м ♫ мz ۞ я/ђяღ Alan started out in theater and never thought he would be in movies till Die Hard came along. I think he's underrated in comedy too. I've seen him in 2 plays and he has such stage preseance. WeenyOwl, I'm sure your son will learn a lot. My avatar is me with Alan after 2002's Private Lives and he signed it for me after John Gabrial Borkman last year. :) Don't know yet whether I'll be able to see him in Seminar or not yet.

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