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Play Theatre Date Director Talent Attendees


2017


THE WINTER'S TALE
20 April 2017
Cheek-By-Jowl
Silk Street Theatre, Barbican
Direction / Design Declan Donnellan / Nick Ormerod
Orlando James (Leontes) Natalie Radmall Quirke (Hermione)

RM, NM, RW, CC, WW, Matilda W, Roland W



This was riveting.  Neither pious on the one hand nor indulgent of a director's fetish on the other.  It took liberties with the text, but in service to the play. Proper theatre.  And such an extraordinary play, containing a bit of everything, switching from tragedy to comedy without a hiccough, maintaining a current of high emotional power throughout. There were moments when i found myself not breathing, and 'Oh, she's warm' nearly undid me   Orlando James's Leontes was exceptionally persuasive in all his extreme passions - for his friend, in his jealousy, in his pain, and in redemption.  A tincture of camp added a theatricality which did not upset. NRQ's Hermione, sometimes very quiet, had exactly the right degree of dignity and indignation. The club throughly enjoyed itself.  NM and RM were a little snooty - perhaps rightly so - about the high jinks of the sheep-shearing festival (done as a kind of game show, and enjoyable), which denied us some of Perdita and Florizel's sweetest a-courtin', and none of us could really hear Joy Richardson as Paulina.  Sam Woolf as Florizel was very well spoken (in both senses), but the real star was the company itself, which gave this production verve and punch, and left one feeling invigorated on leaving the theatre. 



TWELFTH NIGHT
NT Olivier
2 March 2017
Simon Godwin
Tamsin Greig (Malvolia), Tim McMullan (Sir Toby), Phoebe Fox (Olivua)
RW, BM, WW, CC, NM, RP, RM


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Enjoyed by all I think.  Very funny. Teetered perhaps on the edge of disaster in terms of, er, concept.  Where or when it was set – god alone knows.  Modern stage design is incredibly clever, often too so, and here we had revolving, splitting, upping, downing, fountaining, pooling and whatnotting generally.  A lot was thrown in: motor cars, bicycles, boxing gloves, balloons, neon. Somebody in drag sang ‘To be or not to be’ in a sleazy nightclub.  With so much busyness, the thing could have been eaten up with itself.  But it worked.  Though quite why it was necessary to make such a gender fluid play even more gender fluid wasn’t quite clear, perhaps especially in the case of the cross-dressing Irish hard man O’Antonio.  Still, Tamsin Grieg did put in a star turn as Malvolia - though Malvolio is not a school headmistress.  Not sure I can ever get Alec Guinness out of my mind’s eye for the role.  And as RW pointed out, crossgartering Malvolio is not supposed to make him look sexy, but absurd.  His vanity, his pomposity, his pretentiousness is what Sir Toby and Maria want to prick, not his starchiness or disciplinarian tendencies.  Sir Toby, unusually looking like a dishevelled Keanu Reeves rather than a dry run for Falstaff, was excellent as played with a strong stage voice by Tim McMullan, as was Daniel Rigby’s very funny Aguecheek.  I thought Phoebe Fox did OK as Olivia, but it was generally agreed that as Viola Tamara Lawrence’s ‘pipes’ (good spot from NM) weren’t up to it.  Nobody had anything to say about Feste, but I thought Doon Mackichan was, with Niky Wardley’s Maria, the best of the women (excepting TG of course).  She sang the songs mournfully but naturally, and strolled about with proper Foolish licence.  However she was no Robert Eddison  (you have to be really getting on to know who Robert Eddison – my father and I both saw him as Feste, some 40 years apart).  The audience loved it, cheered, and clapped Tamsin Greig’s Big C-U-T Scene.  Altogether not a great Shakespeare production, but a very good show, nonetheless, which very likely would have pleased Him.  Bums on seats.



THE TEMPEST
RSC Stratford
Gregory Dolan
SRB
Self, Margie, RW, BM, RM, Emma, CC

Terrific, magical production.  Production design by Stephen Brimson Lewis.  Mark Quartley quite wonderful as Ariel.  Oddly only real moan is about SRB, who spoke a little too quickly.  But then I think he was trying to convey an impatient, angry man.  Nevertheless, one of our best outings.

2016


KING LEAR
Anthony Sher

KING LEAR
The Old Vic
8 November
Directed by Deborah Warner
Glenda Jackson, Jane Horrocks, Rhys Ifans, Celia Imrie, Karl Johnson

Sisters not tremendously good.  Karl Johnson excellent as Gloucester.


PERICLES
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare's Globe
Directed by Dominic Dromgoole
James Garnon as Pericles
Dorothea Myer-Bennett as Thaisa / Dionyza
17 March
Present: WW, CC, NM and Alfie Mendoza

Enjoyed by all of us.  Both funny and touching.  May be WS's sweetest play. Dorothea M-B particularly good as the warm-hearted Thaisa before turning up as the cold-hearted Dionyza.  You can't do that with the Method.

AS YOU LIKE IT
National Theatre, Olivier
12/1/2016
Director: Polly Findlay
Talent: Rosalie Craig, Joe Bannister, Matk Benton (Touchstone), Paul Chahidi (Jacques)
Club: RM, Emma, RW, RP, NM, WW

"Over-directed", muttered Mr RM at half-time, referring not least to the preposterous set, which, whatever the clever interpretive thinking or the brilliantly theatrical execution involved, struck me - and indeed most of us, I think - as mere whimsy, detracting rather than adding to what is indeed an almost whimsical play.  Whimsy of genius of course.  Again at half time Mr NM thought the performances "uneven".  The second half, in which the weight of interest shifts from Rosalind's relationship with Celia to her training up of Orlando, was tremendously well-paced and funny. Rosalind takes the play by the scruff of the neck, and, as it were, directs the action.  "They played it like children, they seemed to be having fun," remarked NM at the end, and even the hey nonny-no's that sometimes infuriate Mr RW were acceptable.  The club has seen AYLI twice before - both RSC productions - in 2006 (Lia Williams) and 2009 (Katy Stephens). I don't remember either very well, although I do rate Victoria Hamilton's Michael Grandage-directed go at the Lyric Hammersmith in 1999 as amongst the best Shakespeare productions I have ever seen.  This one may live in the memory - I hope not merely for the upside down furniture.


2015

THE WINTER'S TALE
Kenneth Branagh Company, Garrick Theatre
2nd December
Kenneth Branagh and Rob Ashford
Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench, Michael Pennington, Jimmy Yuill
Present: all but WW

"We hated it. 

 Kenneth Branagh clearly had a train to catch. The staging was very charmless and dreary. Shepherds and co in second half had those cod-Somerset voices never actually heard in any rural area of Britain, but reserved solely for Shakespeare yokels.  Judi Dench did her best and had nice clear, clipped diction.  Michael Pennington was OK as Antigonus and Hadley Fraser had the only good fruity voice in the whole ensemble as Polixenes.

My new pet theory - utterly unsubstantiated by scholarship or even light background reading - is that Shakespeare wrote the first half as a tribute to Elizabeth 1st's mother, hence very Anne Boleyn-like trial and the injustice of the king refusing to believe she was faithful, then condemning her.  Some distraction (or perhaps a wise advisor pointing out that it made Henry 8th look bad, which might have displeased his queenly daughter) made him put it in a drawer for many years, until required to produce something festive; whereupon he added the wildly different second half.  Hence the very odd repetition of the words moiety, placket and swerve in second half: he'd obviously read through the first half and added these same words to create illusion of it having been conceived as a whole."  
CRESSIDA CONNOLLY


MEASURE FOR MEASURE

Barbican Silk Street Theatre
Cheek by Jowl / Pushkin Theatre Moscow
Directed by Declan Donnellan
16 April 2015
Present: BM, RM, NM, Mr Roland Walters, Poppy, RW, SEMW, WW

The last time a couple of us attempted a foreign language production of Shakespeare at the Barbican, it wasCymbeline in Japanese and Mr Mendoza and myself were in seats that precluded us from seeing the surtitles. Mr Mendoza cleverly left at half-time.
         Measure for Measure is not so obscure a play as Cymbeline, and many of us had seen Michael Attenborough’s brilliant production at the Almeida five years ago, with Rory Kinnear and Anna Maxwell Martin and Ben Miles as the Duke (with whom we had a very good supper afterwards). However, it is not a play one knows in the sense that one knows Hamletor Henry IV or The Tempest.  It is a complicated play that throws up all sorts of questions about morality; very probably it is the nearest Shakespeare gets to a play governed by New Testament ethics.  Seeing it in English requires concentration.  Seeing it in Russian?  Well, as I brushed my teeth before leaving home, I thought, this is one for the piety check box.
         Quite wrong.  A real pleasure.  It featured “nudity and smoking” as plays used to do without warning signs in the 1970s, and ran without an interval, the length of a movie, 105 minutes.  So obviously there were major extractions. Most sadly missed were the rude mechanical scenes with Pompey and Froth, but it was a minor sadness, and very likely they would have been difficult to properly translate into Russian.  The principles, especially the delicate Anna Khalilulina as Isabella, were first class.  Isabella is one of Shakespeare’s best roles for women, played here as more vulnerable than Anna Maxwell Martin’s, but nonetheless the very heart of the play (for it is she, after all, who learns the most).
         The real star was the production itself. The set comprised five red cubes, and an occasional odd chair or two and a desk (behind which a terrifically Sovietesque provost, Alexander Matrosov, sat smoking).  Around these the cast moved, sometimes in a close cohort, picking up characters at the end of a scene, depositing new ones, somehow softly, sometimes separately walking with tremendous purpose around and across the stage as though late for an important meeting or looking for an elusive friend.  The choreography of the thing was, in itself, a pleasure to watch. Occasionally there was music, a sort of Russian-inflected waltz (the play is set in Vienna). 
         This music, and the freer movement of the cohort signal the intrusion into Angelo’s grim puritanical world of the forgiving Duke, disguised as the Friar.  As his plans begin to unfold the play becomes lighter: the set itself seems less bloodily red. We are heading towards one of those Shakespeare resolutions in which everyone ends up married, as being the only way of maintaining sanity and order in a seriously messy world.
         There were surtitles.  Some of them were not Shakespeare – “fun-house” had both Mr Mendoza and myself baffled – but on the whole they were.  So it was hard to avert one’s eyes from these, but then it was equally hard to divert one’s attention from the stage, so enjoyable were these actors to watch.
         Speaking personally this was one of the Club’s most enjoyable outings.  I rather liked not having to keep up with spoken Shakespeare, given that I cannot hear very well these days.  I liked it too because – I know this is heretical – it was short.  I liked not having an interval.
It also seemed pertinent in its rejection of the puritan ethics that are enveloping us from both left and right..

         Here’s to nudity and smoking. 

https://youtu.be/vLeq5c89szo

2014

KING LEAR
NT, Olivier
11 March
Sam Mendes
SRB, Anna Mazwell Martin, Sam Troughton
CC, BM, NM, RM, RP, RW, SS, WW


THE DUCHESS OF MALFI
4 Feb
Wanamaker Theatre, The Globe
NM, RP, WW & Molly Line
Gemma Arterton


CORIOLANUS
30 January
Gate Cinema (Live transmission from Donmar)
Tom Hiddleston
NM, RM, WW & Caitlin Line


RICHARD II
RSC at the Barbican
8 January
Greg Doran
David Tennant, Michael Pennington, Oliver Ford Davies, Nigel Davies
WW,NM,RM,RP,Roland Walters


2013

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
The Old Vic
22 September
Mark Rylance
Vanessa Redgrave, James Earl Jones
WW,RM, SS, Caitlin Line, Stephen & Teresa Graham


TITUS ANDRONICUS
RSC The Swan
19 June 2013
Michael Fentiman
Stephen Boxer
RM, NM, WW, RW


HAMLET
RSC Main Stage, Stratford
18 June 2013
David Farr
Jonathan Slinger, Greg Hicks, Charlotte Cornwell, Pippa Nixon
SS, Caro, CC, Charles H., RW, WW, NM, RM


OTHELLO
Theatre: Olivier (NT)
Date: 9 May 2013
Director: Nicholas Hytner
Talent: Adrian Lester, Rory Kinnear
Present: WW,NM,RM, CC, RP, RW, BM + Barney


MACBETH
Theatre: Trafalgar Studios
Date: 18 April 2013
Director: Jeremy Lloyd
Talent: James McEvoy, Claire Foy
Present: RW, WW, RP, NM, Scarlet


RICHARD III
Thetare: Apollo (Globe production)
Date: 7 February 2013
Director:  Tim Carroll
Talent: Mark Rylance
Present: RM, RW, RP, WW, NM





2012

[TWELFTH NIGHT]
Theatre: Apollo (Globe production)
Date: 29 November 2012
Director:  Tim Carroll
Talent: Mark Rylance
Present: WW, DNM, JAHW, Callum Akass

KING LEAR
Almeida
2012-10-2/4,
Michael Attenborough
Jonathan Pryce
Club in various formations minus WW

JULIUS CAESAR
RSC Noel Coward
2012-09-10,
Greg Doran
Paterson Joseph
RM,RW,BM,RP,WW, Thomas Arnold, Jacob Wheldon

TIMON OF ATHENS
NT
2012 9 7/8
Nicholas Hytner
SRB 


HENRY V 
Ed Hall Propeller at Hampstead 
2012 7 5 
Ed Hall
Dugdale Bruce-Lockhart 
WW NM RW RM RP BM Kate M Finn M


A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM 
Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park 
2012 05 20 
Matthew Dunster 
Rebecca Oldfield 
NM, RP, SS, WW, Young Master Walters & Friend


RICHARD II 
Donmar 
2012 01 10 
Michael Grandage 
Eddie Reemayne 
NM RM RW CC


2011

HAMLET
Ian Rickson Young Vic 2011 12 01 Michael Sheen WW,NM,RP,SS, Andy Mee, Jacob Wheldon, Stephen Graham, Caitlin Line

THE TEMPEST
Trevor Nunn Haymarket 2011 09 14 Ralph Fiennes CC, NM, RW, BM, SS, RP +Catherine Gibbs

RICHARD III
Sam Mendes Old Vic – Bridge Project 2011 09 06 Kevin Spacey WW, NM, SS, RW + Tommy, RP, BM, CC

MERCHANT OF VENICE
Rupert Goold RST Stratford 2011 05 13 Patrick Stewart WW,RW,BM,RM,NM,CC + Young Hudsons

KING LEAR
Michael Grandage Donmar @ Richmond 2011 03 30 Derek Jacobi WW,RM,RP

TWELFTH NIGHT Peter Hall NT Cottesloe 2011 03 01 Rebecca Hall Simon Callow WW CC ??

JULIUS CAESAR
Lucy Bailey RSC Roundhouse 2011 01 26 Greg Wise / Sam Troughton NM,CC,RP,WW,RW, Roland Walters, Ted, Cal Wheldon


2010

HAMLET Nicholas Hytner NT Olivier 2010 10 07 Rory Kinnear, Patrick Malahide, Clare Higgins WW,RW,NM,RM, CC + Frank Spotnitz

HENRY IV, 1 & 2 Dominic Dromgoole Globe 2010 10 5 Roger Allam WW, NM

TEMPEST Sam Mendes The Old Vic 2010 06 24 Stephen Dillane, Juliet Rylance RW, NM, RM, BM, CC, RP

HENRY VIII Mark Rosenblatt Globe 2010 05 26 Ian MacNeice WW, RW, NM, RM, BM + Mark Ellingham

ROMEO & JULIET Rupert Goold RSC Courtyard Stratford 2010 04 29 Sam Troughton, Mariah Gale WW,RW,RP,CC, NM,RM

[MACBETH Lucy Bailey Globe 2010 04 25 WW, CGPW]

[MACBETH David Pearce Rose Theatre 2010 03 04 WW, CGPW]

MEASURE FOR MEASURE Michael Attenborough Almeida 2010 03 17 Ben Miles, Rory Kinnear, Anna Maxwell Martin WW,CC, BM, RP, SS, WW + Guest Sue Swift

TWELFTH NIGHT Greg Doran RSC @ Duke of York’s 2010 01 20 Jo Stone—Fewings, Alexandra Gilbreath, James Fleet, Richard Wilson, Nancy Carroll WW, RM, NM, CC, RP, RW, SS, BM


2009

[OTHELLO Barrie Rutter Trafalgar Studios 2009 09 25 Lenny Henry, Conrad Nelson WW, JAHW]

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Timothy Sheader Regents Park 2009 07 17 Samantha Spiro Sean Campion Club sans WW and others

AS YOU LIKE IT Michael Boyd RSC Stratford 2009 06 18 Katy Stephens, Forbes Masson, Jonjo O’Neill Club ?

WINTER’S TALE Sam Mendes The Old Vic 2009 06 11 SRB, Ethan Hawke, Rebecca Hall, Sinead Cusack Club ?

ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL Marianne Elliott National Theatre 2009 05 21 Oliver Ford Davies, Clare Higgins Club minus I think Rupert

KING LEAR Rupert Goold Liverpool Playhouse @ Young Vic 2009 03 10 Pete Postlethwaite. John Shrapnel BM, Barney Mac, RP, WW, NM, RM

OTHELLO Kathryn Hunter RSC at Hackney 2009 02 10 WW, JAHW, RM, NM, RP, RW, BM

[TWELFTH NIGHT Michael Grandage Donmar at Wyndham’s 2009 02 04 Derek Jacobi. Victoria Hamilton WW. JAHW]

HAMLET Greg Doran RSC Novello (?) 2009 01 08 David Tennant, Patrick Stewart Shakespeare club (sans WW)


2008

[HAMLET Greg Doran RSC Courtyard 3 Sept 08 David Tennant, Patrick Stewart WW, JAHW, DNM, CGPW]

ROMEO & JULIET Regents Park 2008 06 23 NM, RP (WW forgot to go)

THE REVENGERS TRAGEDY Melly Still NT 12 06 08 Rory Kinnear WW. RW, NM, RM., SS, RP

HENRY V Michael Boyd RSC Roundhouse 16 April 08 Geoffrey Streatfield WW. RW, NM, RM., SS, CC

HENRY IV pt 2 Richard Twyman / Boyd RSC Roundhouse 16 April 08 David Warner / Geoffrey Streatfield WW. RW, NM, RM., SS, CC

HENRY IV pt 1 Richard Twyman / Boyd RSC Roundhouse 16 April 08 David Warner / Geoffrey Streatfield RW, NM, RM., SS, CC

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Nicholas Hytner NT Olivier 8 Jan 08 SRB
Zoe Wanamaker WW,BM,RW,RP,RM,NM, Roland Walters, Mrs Walters

[MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Mr Stevens UCS WW]


2007

[MERCHANT OF VENICE Julia Pascal Arcola Theatre 12 Oct 07 Paul Herzberg WW]

MACBETH Rupert Goold Gielgud 4 Oct 07 Patrick StewartKate Fleetwood WW,BM,RM,NM,RP,SW,Felicity

MACBETH Regents Park 2007 06 20 RM,RP,RW,Alfie M,NM

KING LEAR Trevor Nunn RSC Courtyard 22 May 2007 Ian McKellan WW,BM,RM,RP,RW,NM

MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Tim Supple Roundhouse 18 April 07 All Indian cast WW, JAHW, NM, RM, RP

TEMPEST Rupert Goold RSC Novello 6 03 07 Patrick Stewart NM,RM,RP,RW,SS

ANTONY & CLEOPATRA Greg Doran RSC Novello 18 Jan 07 Patrick Stewart
Harriet Walter NM, RW, RP, SS


2006 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Marianne Elliott RSC Novello 12 Dec 2006 Joseph Millson, Tamsin Greig RW,RP,RM,NM,WW

THE ALCHEMIST Nicholas Hytner NT Olivier 27 Sept 2006 SRB, Alex Jennings, Ian Richardson WW, NM, RM, RM, RW, SS

[MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Ian Talbot Regents Park 10 July 2006 John Hodgkinson WW, DNM, Jacob Wheldon, Cal Wheldon, Karen, Nick]

ANTONY & CLEOPATRA Dominic Dromgoole Globe 29 06 2006 Frances Barber WW, RP, NM, Alfie M, Zandi

MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Ian Talbot Regents Park 22 06 2006 John Hodgkinson NM, RM, RW, RP, SS

TAMING OF THE SHREW Rachel Kavanaugh Regents Park 6 06 2006 WW, NM, RM, RP, RW

AS YOU LIKE IT Dominic Cooke RSC Novello 16 03 2006 Lia Williams WW, NM, RM, SS, RW

MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Greg Doran RSC Novello 21 Feb 2006 WW, NM, RM, RW, RP, BM

THOMAS MORE Robert Delamere RSC at Trafalgar 11 Jan 2006 WW, NM, RM, RW, RP


2005 

TAMBURLAINE David Farr Barbican 9 Nov 2005 Greg Hicks WW, RM, RP, Sian Wheldon, Giles O’Bryen

RICHARD II Trevor Nunn Old Vic 28 Sept 2005 Kevin Spacey WW, NM, RM, RP, SS, RW

CYMBELINE Rachel Kavanaugh Regents Park 13 July 2005 WW, RP, RW

[TWELFTH NIGHT Timothy Shreader Regents Park 30 06 2005 WW, DNM, Cal Wheldon]

HENRY IV pt 2 Nicholas Hytner NT Olivier Michael Gambon WW, RW, SS, RM, RP

HENRY IV pt 1 Nicholas Hytner NT Olivier 18 April 2005 Michael Gambon WW, RW, SS, RM, RP

[MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Yvonne Gregory The Lund Theatre, UCS 2 03 2005 Jacob Wheldon WW, DNM]

MACBETH John Caird Almeida 13 Jan 2005 SRB WW, RM, SS, RW, RP


2004 

[OTHELLO Declan Donnellan Cheek By Jowl, Riverside Studios 10 Nov 2004 Nonso Anozie WW, Adam Kean, Michael Herbert]

HENRY IV pt 1 Alan Strachan Regents Park 2004 21 06 WW, RP, RM, Catherine Gibbs

MEASURE FOR MEASURE Simon McBurney NT Olivier May 2004 RM, RP, RW, SS

HAMLET Trevor Nunn Old Vic 28 April 2004 Ben Whishaw, Imogen Stubbs WW, RM, RP, RW, SS

ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL Greg Doran RSC Gielgud 16 03, 2004 Judi Dench WW, NM, RW, RP, RM, SS

[MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (B. Britten) English Touring Opera, Hackney Empire 13 03, 2004 WW, MDF, Lottie Barker]


2003 

[TAMING OF THE SHREW Greg Doran RSC Stratford 28 October 2003 Jasper Britton WW, LP]

HENRY V Nicholas Hytner NT Olivier 26 06 2003 Adrian Lester WW, ?

TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA Rachel Kavanaugh Regents Park 20 06,2003 WW, RM, RP, RW + Catherine Gibbs

LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST Trevor Nunn NT Olivier 13 03 2003 Joseph Fiennes WW, NM, RW, RM, RP, SS

THE MALCONTENT Dominic Cooke RSC Gielgud 3 03 2003 Anthony Sher WW, RP, RW, Giles Milton

THE ISLAND PRINCESS Greg Doran RSC Gielgud WW. RW, RM, RP

THE ROMAN ACTOR Sean Holmes RSC Gielgud 17 Jan 2003 Anthony Sher WW. RM. RW, RP, SS

EASTWARD HO! Lucy Pitman-Wallace RSC Gielgud 14 Jan 2003 WW, RW, RP, RM, SS


2002 

TWELFTH NIGHT Sam Mendes Donmar Warehouse 21 Nov 2002 SRB, Emily Watson WW, RW, RP, SS, RM

PERICLES Adrian Noble RSC at the Roundhouse 2002 03 July Ray Fearon WW, NM, RP, SS, RM

DR FAUSTUS David Lan Young Vic Jude Law WW, NM, RW, RP, RM

[TEMPEST UCS 2002 13 02 WW, JAHW]

KING LEAR Jonathan Kent The Almeida at Kings Cross 5 Feb 2002 Oliver Ford Davies WW, NM. SS, RP

KING JOHN Greg Doran RSC The Pit, Barbican 17 Jan 2002 Guy Henry WW, RW. NM, RP


2001 

MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Alan Strachan Regents Park 2001 07 06 Gary Wilmot WW, SS, RW

MACBETH Tim Carroll The Globe 7 06 2001 Jasper Britton WW, NM, RW, SS, RP

WINTER’S TALE Nicholas Hytner NT OLIVIER 24 May 2001 Alex Jennings WW, NM, RW, SS, RP

[TWELFTH NIGHT Lindsay Posner RSC Main Stage, Stratford 23 May 2001 Guy Henry - WW, Lindsay Posner]

RICHARD III Michael Boyd RSC Young Vic 2 May 2001 WW, NM, SS, Sian Wheldon, Stephen Graham

TEMPEST Jonathan Kent Almeida 15 Feb 2001 McDiarmid WW, NM, RW, SS, Caroline

COMEDY OF ERRORS NM, RW, SS, RP

[HENRY VI Parts 1,2,3 Michael Boyd RSC Swan, Stratford Jan 2001 WW. Sian Wheldon]


2000 

HAMLET John Caird NT Lyttleton Sept 2000 SRB WW, NM, RW, RP, SS

MERCHANT OF VENICE Trevor Nunn NT Olivier 2000 Henry Goodman WW, NM, RP, RW, SS

TEMPEST Lenka Udovicki The Globe Summer 2000 Vanessa Redgrave, Jasper Britton WW, ?

CORIOLANUS Jonathan Kent Almeida at Gainsborough 06 2000 Ralph Fiennes WW, NM, RP, RW, SS

RICHARD II Jonathan Kent Almeida at Gainsborough April 2000 Ralph Fiennes WW, NM, RP, RW, SS

[AS YOU LIKE IT Michael Grandage Lyric 03 2000 Victoria Hamilton WW, Lindsay Posner]


1999 

TAMING OF THE SHREW Lindsay Posner RSC The Pit, Barbican 1999 WW, NM, RP, RW, SS

TROILUS & CRESSIDA Trevor Nunn NT April 1999 WW, NM, RP, RW, SS

[HAMLET Laurence Boswell Young Vic April 1999 Paul Rhys WW, NM, Sian Wheldon]

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