Venice Preserv'd or a Plot Discovered
Lyttleton Theatre, 12 April 1984
Length: about 2¾ hours, including a 20-minute interval.
||Theatre: first professional appearance: 1948 at the Lyric Hammersmith in
An English Summer. Work in London since then includes The
Winter's Tale, Much Ado About Nothing (Phoenix), Richard II,
The Way of the World, Venice Preserv'd (Lyric Hammersmith), The
Flowering Cherry, Ross (Haymarket), Look on Tempests
(Comedy), RSC: King Lear, The Wars of the Roses, The Birthday Party,
The Merchant of Venice, Love's Labour's Lost, Timon of Athens. Hamlet, The
Government Inspector, Twelfth Night, Coriolanus, All's Well That Ends Well,
Macbeth, Julius Caesar, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Relapse, Women
Beware Women, Henry VII, Major Barbara, Othello, Henry IV Parts
1 & 2 NT: Mayor Barbara, The Trojan War Will Not Take Place,
You Can't Take It With You. TV includes: The Wars of the Roses,
Cone of Silence, Flowering Cherry, Brief Tales from the Bench,
Jack the Ripper, Edward VII, The Pallisers, The Breakthrough, Pit Strike,
True Patriot, Quatermass, The Voysey Inheritance, The Greeks, The Best of
Everything, Fraulein Else.
||Theatre includes Savages, Pretty Boy, Captain Jack's Revenge
(Royal Court); The Promise (Sheffield), Arms and the Man
(Birmingham); Ballad of the False Barman (Hampstead);
Chicago (King's Head); Three Sisters, Trelawny of the Wells
(Cambridge Theatre Company); Hamlet (Round House), The
Judge, Woman of No Importance (West End). For the RSC: Measure
for Measure, The Tempest, Afore Night Come, Romeo and Juliet, Troilus and
Cressida, King Lear, Destiny, The Way of the World, Love's Labour's Lost,
Hippolytus, The Hollow Crown, Pleasure and Repentance, The Biko Inquest, The
White Guard, Shadow of a Gunman, Thirteenth Night, Hamlet. At the
Royal Festival Hall Beatrice and Benedick At the Lyric
Hammersmith: Crime and Punishment NT Strider — The Story
of a Horse TV includes: Mad Jack. The Single Passion, Anyone
for Tennis, No Easy Walk, The Unconquered, Middlemarch, The Witches of
Pendle, The Tycoon, It's Only Rock and Roll, Mr and Ms Bureaucrat, Danton's
Death, D H Lawrence, A Wife Like the Moon, The White Guard, Cymbehne,
Outside Edge, Freud, Waving to a Train Films: Hamlet, Return of
the Jedi He has appeared in two one-man plays: Gogol's The
Diary of a Madman and his own evening with Chekhov Anton
Chekhov Has written and published Rossya — A Journey Through
||Theatre includes repertory at Coventry, Ipswich, Nottingham, Liverpool,
Cambridge, In London: A Scent of Flowers, A Lily in Little India, Man
of Destiny and O'Flaherty VC, The Promise (also on
Broadway), Black Comedy and White Liars, Richard II
and Edward II (also on TV), Hamlet (also Europe and TV),
Ashes, Short List, Cowardice. NT at the Old Vic and Chichester:
Much Ado About Nothing, Armstrong's Last Goodnight, Trelawny of the Wells.
Founder-member of the Actors' Company, touring in Chekhov, Congreve,
Feydeau, Ford, Iris Murdoch, R D Laing and Shakespeare. At the Royal Court:
Their Very Own and Golden City, Billy's Last Stand, Bent
("actor of the year). With the RSC: Dr Faustus, The Marquis of Keith,
King John, Too True to be Good, Romeo and Juliet, The Winter's Tale, Macbeth
(actor of the year), The Alchemist (actor of the year),
Pillars of the Community (actor of the year), Days of the
Commune, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour. Directed RSC's first
small-scale tour of Twelfth Night and Three Sisters.
Abroad: Amadeus (Broadway's Tony Award), one-man show lan
McKellen Acting Shakespeare (Europe and US), Recent films:
Priest of Love, Scarlet Pimpernel, The Keep. Recent TV:
Macbeth, Dying Day, lan McKellen Acting Shakespeare, Waiter (Royal TV
Society Performance of the Year).
||Theatre includes two years with the Bristol Old Vic. Four years with the
NT at the Old Vic: The Dance of Death, A Flea in Her Ear, The Way of
the World, Macrune's Guevara, The White Devil, The Travails of Sancho Panza,
The Merchant of Venice, The Captain of Kopenick, and on the South
Bank, Kick for Touch Young Vic: Scapino, The Taming of
the Shrew (later in New York), Oedipus, Measure for Measure.
RSC: Twelfth Night, Macbeth, Uncle Vanya, Love's Labour's Lost, Piaf
(also in the West End and in New York, winning Best Actress awards from
SWET, Plays & Players, Variety Club of Great Britain, and US Tony Award).
Prospect: A Month in the Country, A Room with a View.
Riverside: As You Like It. Cambridge Theatre: the musical Dear
An /one. Films include: Isadora, Performance, Antony and
Cleopatra, One of our Dinosaurs is Missing, Eureka TV includes:
Love and Mrs Lewisham, The Edwardians, The Black Dog, Edward VII, The
Devil's Crown, Mane Curie (BAFTA and Emmy nominations), Antony
and Cleopatra, The Barretts of Wimpole Street, Macbeth.
||Theatre includes repertory at Pitlochry Festival (The Importance
of Being Earnest, The Unvarnished Truth, Dinner with the Family],
Sherman Theatre Cardiff (Charley's Aunt, Filumena) In London:
Soft or a Girl (Half Moon), Curse of the Starving Classes
(Royal Court). NT: Importance of Being Earnest, The Rivals, You Can't
Take It With You. Opera: two seasons with Royal Opera including Ida
in Die Fledermaus. TV: Forty Years of Television
(documentary), three plays for BBC2. Several plays on Radio 4.
||Theatre includes repertory at Chichester, Regent's Park Open Air
Theatre, Canterbury, Hornchurch, and two seasons at the Royal Exchange
Manchester TV includes Dr Marvill in The Nation's Health, Partners in
Crime, Strangers and Brothers, Minder.
||Trained at mime school in Pans before RADA. Theatre includes repertory
at Liverpool Everyman, Bristol Old Vic, Oxford Playhouse, Nottingham
Playhouse, Sheffield Crucible, Palace Watford. West End includes Pinter's
The Basement and Tea Party (Duchess), On
Approval (Haymarket), The Singular Life of Albert Nobbs
(New End), The London Cuckolds (Royal Court), Can You
Hear Me At the Back? (Piccadilly), Happy Family (Duke of
Yorks), Twelfth Night (RSC). TV includes: The Picnic,
Thomas Hardy's The Silent Preacher, Ego Hugo, All the World's a Stage,
Tenko, Sorrell and Son. Films include: co-starring with Ava Gardner
in Tarn Lyn, and with Marion Brando in Nightcomers,
gaming British Academy nominations: Distant Scream (to be
||Theatre in London includes appearing in 30 plays at the Mermaid and
directing 18 others NT includes Othello, Much Ado About Nothing, Royal
Hunt of the Sun Uncle Vanya (all at the Old Vic), and A Month
in the Country, Serjeant Musgrave's Dance, Don Juan, Danton's Death, Major
Barbara (South Bank). Work in London includes: Lock Up Your
Daughters, Blitz, Liza of Lambeth, The Cherry Orchard at Riverside
Studios, and is author and composer of the musical Jack the Ripper
(Ambassadors). Over 200 television appearances. Films include: Young
Winston, Poor Cow, The Land that Time Forgot, Aces High, Oh What a Lovely
War, Julius Caesar, Bullshot.
||Theatre includes repertory at Lincoln, Canterbury, Bristol, Edinburgh,
Oxford, Cardiff, Watford, Cambridge In London: Edward Bond season (Royal
Court), Mandrake (Criterion), Snap (Vaudeville), The
Passion of Dracula (Queen's), work at Hampstead Theatre, New End,
Theatre Upstairs, ICA, Young Vic, Bush, Soho Poly. NT: All Good Men,
Tomalin Reporting (at ICA), Danton's Death. Most recent
theatre: Some of My Best Friends are Husbands (Watford Palace).
TV: Crimes of Passion, Upstairs Downstairs, World's End, The Thin End
of the Wedge. Films: Oh What a Lovely War, There's a Girl in my
Soup, Revenge, Killer's Moon.
||Theatre includes in London: long association with the Royal Court,
including Edward Bond season: May Fair Theatre: Flashpoint; Riverside
— Julius Caesar, Mother Country NT Romans in Britain, Month in
the Country, Don Juan, Serjeant Musgrave's Dance, Much Ado About Nothing,
Prince of Homburg, Danton's Death, Antigone TV includes Blue
Skies from Now On, The Naked Civil Servant, Billy Films Land
That Time Forgot, The Mouse and the Woman, If.
||Theatre includes repertory at Liverpool, Coventry, Birmingham,
Edinburgh. In London: Narrow Road to the Deep North, Early Morning
(Royal Court) RSC: King John, Two Gentlemen of Verona. NT:
The Tempest, Spring Awakening, Romeo and Juliet, The Misanthrope,
Hamlet, Watch It Come Down, Il Campiello, Tamburlaine, Tales from the Vienna
Woods, Julius Caesar, Volpone, Cherry Orchard, Brand, The Woman,
Strife, Fruits of Enlightenment, Undiscovered Country, As You Like It,
Richard III, The Wild Duck, Othello, Galileo, Romans in Britain. Hiawatha.
Shoemakers' Holiday, Hypochondriac, Caucasian Chalk Circle and
Macbeth (Workshops), Lorenzaccio, The Fawn. Antigone. TV
includes: Churchill's People, Special Branch, Up Pompeii, Bouquet of
Barbed Wire, Minder.
||Theatre includes repertory at Lincoln, Leicester, Sheffield, Watford,
Traverse Edinburgh, Liverpool Playhouse, Nottingham Playhouse. In London:
Live Like Pigs, Julius Caesar, Crete and Sergeant Pepper (Royal
Court), Rashomon (Stratford East), Light Shining in
Buckinghamshire, A Mad World My Masters, Fanshen, Epsom Downs (Joint
Stock), All Along the Watchtowers (ICA), Measure for
Measure (Riverside), Marie and Bruce (Theatre Upstairs),
Tom Fool (Half Moon) NT: The Crucible (in the West
End), Much Ado About Nothing, Danton's Death, Don Juan TV
includes: The Roses of Eyam, Murder Must Advertise, Stronger than the
Sun, One of These Nights, Light, Autumn Sunshine, The White Guard, Tucker's
Luck. Forever Young. Films: Porridge, The Long Good Friday,
Runners, Loose Connections, Forever Young.
||Theatre includes work at Nottingham, Leatherhead, Edinburgh. Royal
Court: A Collier's Friday Night, The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd Lear.
ICA: Stone. NT: State of Revolution, Brand, Macbeth, The Woman,
Strife, The Fruits of Enlightenment, As You Like It, Richard III, Danton 's
Death, Don Juan, Major Barbara, Lorenzaccio, The Fawn, Antigone. TV
includes: The Life Swappers, Dickens of London, The Wood Demon,
Atrocity. Films include: The Duellists.
||Theatre includes repertory at Traverse Theatre Edinburgh, Queen's
Hornchurch, Palace Watford, Theatre Royal Lincoln, Lyceum Edinburgh,
Writers' Theatre Company Birmingham, Oxford Playhouse, Theatre Royal York,
Derby Playhouse, Haymarket Leicester. In London: Deaths and Entrances
(Hampstead), The Mother (Half Moon and Roundhouse), Ball
Boys (ICA), Harry Outside (New End), One Gun
Salute (Albany Empire). TV includes: The Limbo Connection, Fear
of God, The Perfect House, Strangers, Maybury, The Borgias, Baby Love.
Films: Superman, Lace.
||Theatre includes repertory at Liverpool Playhouse, Swan Worcester,
Theatre Royal York In London: Pericles, The Royal Hunt of the Sun.
(Roundhouse) Two years with Prospect Theatre Company. NT: Tales from
Hollywood, Antigone. TV includes: The Saint, The New Avengers,
Minder, Z Cars, Softly Softly, The Professionals, Nancy Astor, Maybury.
Films: A Bridge Too Far, Flash Gordon, Reds, Yanks, Lionman, Wrath of
the Witch Queen.
||Theatre includes work at Lincoln, Torch Theatre Milford Haven (founder
member), Donovan Maule Theatre Nairobi; tour of A Funny Thing Happened
on the Way to the Forum. NT: Hiawatha, Don Quixote, Danton's
||Theatre includes repertory at Nottingham Playhouse, Manchester Contact.
In London: White Suit Blues (Old Vic), Dig for Victory,
Land of Hope and Glory, Riff Raff Rules (Stratford East), The
Strange Case of Charles Dexter Ward (Ken Campbell's Sci-Fi Theatre,
ICA), Merrie Pranckes (ICA), A Night in Old Peking
(Lyric Hammersmith). For Joint Stock: Say Your Prayers. For
RSC: Typhoid Mary. TV: Going Gently. Film: Bad
Hats (which he also co-wrote). Has also written music for many
stage plays including Savage Amusement for the RSC, and
co-adapted the Russian play Squaring the Circle.
||Theatre includes seasons with National Youth Theatre, repertory with
Tynewear Theatre Company, tour of Smash with Cambridge Theatre Company In
London: Bring Me Sunshine Bring Me Smiles (Shaw), As You
Like It, Midsummer Night's Dream, Bashville (Regent's Park),
Francis of Assisi (Greenwich), Toad of Toad Hall
(Westminster). TV: Nelson, Razzamatazz, Accidental Death of an
Anarchist. Film: Blue Money.
|Bedamar, the Spanish Ambassador
||Edward de Souza
||Theatre includes at Stratford: Romeo and Juliet, Much Ado About
Nothing, A Midsummer Night's Dream, King Lear, Othello, All's Well That Ends
Well. In London: The Wake field Mystery Plays, The
Andersonville Trial, 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, Androcles and the
Lion, Children's Day (all at the Mermaid), Private Lives
(Duke of York's), The Philanthropist (May Fair), Dirty
(Arts), Night and Day (Phoenix, also directed
this for tour), The Hot House (Hampstead and Ambassadors),
A Perfect Retreat (Bush). NT: Heartbreak House,
Grand Manoeuvres, Amadeus (West End), A Midsummer Night's Dream, The
Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Players (Platform Performance),
The Fawn. Films include: The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone, Phantom
of the Opera, Kiss of the Vampire, Rocket to the Moon, Golden Lady, The
Thirty Nine Steps, The Spy Who Loved Me. Many TV appearances and
radio broadcasts include Camille, Private Lives, Hasan, The Man Born
to be King, Caesar and Cleopatra, Murder in the Cathedral, Cousin Bette,
Office Story, The Day of the Janitor, Sapphire and Steel, The Hot House,
||Theatre includes repertory at St Andrews, Dundee, Windsor, Leicester, In
London: The Hotel in Amsterdam (Duke of York's), Children
(Mermaid) NT: Watch It Come Down, Blithe Spirit, They Are Dying Out,
Tales from the Vienna Woods, The Madras House, Julius Caesar,
Volpone, The Country Wife, The Cherry Orchard, Brand, The Woman,
Strife, The Fruits of Enlightenment, The Double Dealer, Undiscovered
Country, Richard III, Othello, The Ticket of Leave Man, The Elephant Man, On
the Razzle, The Rivals.
||Theatre includes in the West End: The Two Bouquets, Intimacy at
8.30, For Amusement Only, For Adults Only, The Boyfriend, My Fair Lady,
Let's Get a Divorce, Out on a Limb, Cinderella. He has also appeared
at Oxford in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, The Lady's Not For
Burning, The Country Wife, Antony and Cleopatra: at the Haymarket
Leicester in Gigi: with Cambridge Theatre Company in The
Soldier's Fortune; at Plymouth Theatre Royal in The Happiest
Days of Your Life; and at the Palace Watford in Some of My Best
Friends are Husbands For the NT: Volpone, Half Life (in
the West End). Innumerable TV appearances include: Father Dear Father,
Morecambe and Wise, Can We Get On Now Please. Films include:
The Killing of Sister George.
||Theatre includes repertory at Birmingham, Chester, Exeter, Oxford. At
Hampstead: The Workshop. NT: The Marriage of Figaro,
Plunder, Troilus and Cressida, The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, A
Midsummer Night's Dream, Cinderella. Recently played Shylock in a
tour of The Merchant of Venice. Author of the play
Nothing by Mouth, given as a Platform Performance in the Cottesloe.
TV includes: The Mayor ofCasterbridge, Richard II, Pride and
Prejudice, The Day of the Triffids.
||Theatre includes repertory at Sidmouth and Leicester, pantomime at
Theatre Royal Windsor, work at Little Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre,
UK tour of Romeo and Juliet. NT: The Woman, Macbeth, The
Double Dealer, Strife, Undiscovered Country, As You Like It, Othello, The
Life of Galileo. The Iceman Cometh, The Shoemakers' Holiday, Cinderella,
directed Platform Performance Elementary My Dear Homes West
End: The Rules of the Came. New End: wrote and directed
late-night panto A Lad in Trouble Has directed and taught
drama, and will direct Baboo and The Weasel in July at the
Shaw. TV: Across a Crowded Room. Film: Aces High.
||Theatre includes work at Donovan Maule Theatre, Nairobi; including
Look Back in Anger, Five Finger Exercise, The Blood Knot, The Seagull;
at the Horseshoe Theatre, Basingstoke: Quartermaine's Terms, David
|Duke of Venice
||Theatre includes three seasons at Nottingham Playhouse; for the NT
Comedians (which transferred from Nottingham and then played at
Wyndhams and was recorded for TV), The Prince ofHomburg, Danton's
Death, Major Barbara, Flowers for Algernon (Queen's), Murder
Dear Wa(son (Churchill, Bromley) TV includes: Brideshead
Revisited, Collision Course, Prince Regent, Telford's Change, Poldark,
Sweeney, We the Accused, The Borgias, Great Expectations, The Gardens of
Caliph, You Must Believe All This, Old Men at the Zoo, Chance in a Million,
The World Walk, Cockles. Films include: Orders to Kill, Guns of
Darkness, Fraulein Doktor, Alfred the Great, Performance, Sakharov, Success
is the Best Revenge, Brazil, Squaring the Circle.
||Theatre includes work at Oxford Playhouse, Bristol Old Vic, Guildford.
For Prospect: Staircase, Love's Labour's Lost, King Lear,
Greenwich: Rosmersholm; Riverside: Measure for Measure.
NT: Much Ado About Nothing, Antigone. TV includes: The
Forsyte Saga, and recently: The Life of Shakespeare, Frontiers
of War, Henry VIII, Timon of Athens, The Winter's Tale, Tales of the
Unexpected. Films include: Running Scared, The Fourteen,
||Theatre includes repertory at Glasgow Citizens', Newcastle, Exeter,
Salisbury, Edinburgh, Leeds, Birmingham, Oxford Playhouse. In London:
Electra, Caste, Three Sisters, Born Yesterday (Greenwich),
Treasure Island (New London), Tempest (Wyndhams). RSC:
Macbeth, Under Milk Wood, Romeo and Juliet, Coriolanus, Faustus, Much
Ado About Nothing. NT: Amadeus, State of Revolution, Sir is
Winning, Ticket of Leave Man, The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, You Can't
Take It With You. TV includes: Softly Softly, Onedin Line,
Juliet Bravo, Merry Wives of Windsor, Pericles, Danton's Death, Scum, Thomas
and Sarah, Brideshead Revisited. Films: Midsummer Night's
Dream, A Bridge Too Far, Ghandi Wrote and directed Eyes
(King's Head), and several plays for BBC radio.
||Theatre includes work at Stratford-upon-Avon; The Circle
(Chichester, West End and Canada); Australian tour of Othello
and The Apple Cart, Ivanov, The Lady's Not For Burning
(Prospect); World tour of Hamlet (Old Vic Company). NT:
Watch on the Rhine, Ticket of Leave Man, The Elephant Man, On the Razzle,
The Second Mrs Tanqueray, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Trojan War
Will Not Take Place, The Fawn, You Can't Take It With You. TV
includes: Randall and Hopkirk, The Saint, Barnaby Rudge, Richard the
Lionheart, Glorious Morning, Colditz, Jemima Shore, The Champions, Smugglers
Bay, Crossroads. Films: The Charge of the Light Brigade, Bitter
Harvest, Doppleganger, The Deep Blue Sea, Doomsday at Eleven, The World of
Suzie Wong, Zeta One, Linda.
||Theatre includes repertory at Colchester, Preston, Chester, Worthing,
Bexhill and Folkestone, where he presented his own company for some years.
NT: Old Movies, Volpone, The Lady from Maxim's, Plunder, Amadeus, The
Life of Galileo, The Shoemakers' Holiday, The Oresteia. TV:
Doomwatch, Bedtime Stories, Baker's Dozen, Pick the Winner.
||Theatre includes repertory at Birmingham and Coventry. In London:
The Man Most Likely To. NT: Hamlet, Tamburlaine The Great,
Tales from the Vienna Woods, Julius Caesar, Volpone, The Cherry Orchard,
Brand, Macbeth, The Woman, Strife, The Fruits of Enlightenment, Undiscovered
Country, Richard III, The Wild Duck, Othello, The Life of Galileo, The
Romans in Britain, Amadeus (in the West End), The Rivals, Tales
from Hollywood. TV includes: The Newcomers, Johnny Sahib,
Crossroads. Films include: Nicholas Nickleby, A Matter of Life
and Death, Street Corner.
||Theatre includes repertory at Plymouth, Folkestone, Bath, Lyceum Crewe,
New Theatre Hull, Library Manchester Worked in Europe with the English
Speaking Theatre London: The Tigers are Coming (Hampstead),
Inherit the Wind, Waiting for Lefty Most recently: On the
Twentieth Century (Her Majesty's) NT: Tales from Hollywood,
||Theatre includes repertory at Oxford, Birmingham, Bromley, Bristol Old
Vic, Cambridge, the Mill at Sonning, In London: Berenice (Lyric
Studio), Mephisto (Roundhouse). TV: Good and Bad at
Games, AD 70.
||Work at the Royal Court, where he was Associate Director from 1970 to
1972, includes A Collier's Friday Night, The Local Stigmatic, The
Ruffian on the Stair, A Provincial Life (which he also adapted),
A Soldier's Fortune, The Daughter-in-Law, The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd,
Life Price, The Duchess of Malfi, Crete and Sergeant Pepper, The
Merry-Go-Round (which he also adapted), and his own plays Over
Gardens Out, The Sleepers' Den and Small Change. RSC:
Twelfth Night Riverside Studios, where he was director from
1976 to 1980, directed As You Like It, Small Change, The Cherry
Orchard, The Changeling, Measure for Measure, Julius Caesar, Scrape off the
Black Work abroad includes Much Ado About Nothing
(Stratford Connecticut), Hedda Gabler, Macbeth (Stratford
Ontario), Landscape. Silence (Lincoln Center, New York),
Fishing (Public Theater, New York). NT: A Month in the Country,
Don Juan, Much Ado About Nothing, Danton's Death, Major Barbara, his
own plays Small Change and Kick for Touch, Tales from
Hollywood, and co-directing Antigone.
||Work includes designing over 40 plays at Victoria Theatre, Stoke on
Trent, In London: Old King Cole (Stratford East), Ecstasy,
Uncle Vanya (Hampstead), Measure for Measure, Julius
Caesar, Plays Umbrella Season (Riverside). Member of the British
theatre designers who won first prize at 1979 Prague Quadnennale Exhibition.
NT: A Month m the Country, Don Juan, Much Ado About Nothing, The
Prince of Homburg, Danton's Death, Major Barbara, Kick for Touch, Tales from
Hollywood, Antigone. RSC: Tartuffe.
||1974-76: composer in residence to Southern Arts Association. Since 1976
has been Music Director to the NT, and has written music for Macbeth,
The Philanderer, The Fruits of Enlightenment, Richard III, Othello, Man and
Superman, Shoemakers' Holiday, The Hypochondriac, The Rivals Piano
concerto for Proms 1983, and his saxophone concerto will be premiered in
April 1984, Music for films: Betrayal, Ploughman's Lunch, 1984
Television opera The Big H, with Tony Harrison, to be shown
||Recently lit shows at Oxford Playhouse, New End Hampstead, King's Head,
Arts. NT: Overruled (Young Vic), Crossing Niagara, Bloody
Neighbours (ICA), Emigres, Troilus and Cressida (with
David Hersey), Bread (Young Vic), Strawberry Fields,
Camilla Ringbinder Show, Bow Down, The Passion (with William Dudley),
Half Life, Love Letters on Blue Paper, Herod, Don Juan, Much Ado About
Nothing, Danton's Death, Major Barbara, Kick for Touch, Small Change, Tales
from Hollywood, Antigone. In the West End: Boogie.
|Deputy Stage Manager
|Assistant Stage Managers
|Assistant to the Designer
|Assistant to the Lighting Designer
|Assistant Production Manager
|Production photographed by
||John Vere Brown
||Set built and painted in NT workshops. Properties by NT workshops.
Costumes by NT workshops, Fran Bristow, Denis Bruno, Arthur Davey, Cyril
Streeter, and Susanna Wilson, Wigs by NT workshops. Hats by Gerald Cheshire
and Jean Gates. Shoes by Anello & Davide and Gamba. Wardrobe care by Lever
Brothers. Grateful thanks to the Heraldry Society for their help.
||Portrait of Elizabeth Barry by courtesy of The Garrick Club, Portrait of
Anthony Ashley Cooper reproduced by courtesy of The Trustees, National
Portrait Gallery, London. Titus Oates in the pillory by courtesy of the
British Museum Grateful thanks to John Burgess for the articles "Next
to Shakespeare" and "The Bloodiest Hoax in History"