LIFT

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AcronymDefinition
LIFTLocal Improvement Finance Trust (UK)
LIFTLondon International Festival of Theatre
LIFTLaser Induced Forward Transfer (optoelectronics)
LIFTLinking the Interests of Families and Teachers (education)
LIFTLinear Filtering Technology
LIFTLeadership in Faculty Teaching
LIFTLocal Infrastructure Financing Tool (Washington)
LIFTLinking Innovation Finance and Technology (CORDIS, Europe)
LIFTLidars in Flat Terrain (experiment)
LIFTLead-In Fighter Training
LIFTLiving in Faith Together
LIFTLower Interest for Timeliness (finance)
LIFTLiving Information for Today
LIFTLift Rural Development Welfare Society (est. 2003; India)
LIFTLiterature Is for Thinking
LIFTLiberalis Fiatalok Tarsasaga (Hungarian: Liberal Youth Society)
LIFTLola Isroff Fund for Teens
LIFTLine Interactive Ferro Topology (CATV)
LIFTLeadership in Fitness Training
LIFTLymphocyte Immunofluorescence Test
LIFTLearning Is Fun Time (Woodgrove Primary School Singapore)
LIFTLive Inspired for Today (t-shirt brand)
LIFTLateral Ignition and Flamespread Test
LIFTLearn It For the Future
LIFTLinking Individuals and Families in Transition
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has been without an artistic director since Mark Ball stood down to take up the helm at London International Festival of Theatre.
will appear at the London International Festival of Theatre May 9-23, the International Istanbul Theatre Festival May 31-June 4 and the Kai Theater in Brussels June 13-18.
Next month it begins an international tour in Britain, including a visit to Warwick Arts Centre from June 5-9, immediately before the London International Festival of Theatre. The idea of a British director being let loose on a Russian classic caused some initial scepticism, but last year's critics were easily won over.
The production, from Brook's Theare des Bouffes du Nord, where he recently staged Hamlet with Birmingham-born actor Adrian Lester in the title role, has already sold out its London run at the Young Vic, in association with the London International Festival of Theatre, at the end of this month.
The high point of the last London International Festival of Theatre two summers ago was a 35-minute Churchill piece, This Is a Chair, performed with the audience seated on the Royal Court stage and the performers (Amanda Plummer included) scattered around the house.
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