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Set in 1860âs Atlanta, Georgia, Gone with the Wind follows the story of the seventeen-year-old Scarlett OâHara, the eldest of three daughters living a life of luxury on their fatherâs plantation until the onset of the Civil War threatens their idyllic existence. Scarlettâs incredible journey through both the war and the peace is mirrored in her turbulent relationship with Rhett Butler, whose actions always defy prediction. Their story spans ten years and mingles romantic ecstasy with tragic grief, as the life these people once knew disappears, for better or worse: gone with the wind. Gone with the Wind website
.Performers Jill Paice (Scarlett O'Hara), Darius Danesh (Rhett Butler), Edward Baker-Duly (Ashley Wilkes), Madeleine Worrall (Melanie Wilkes), Natasha Yvette Williams (Mammy), Jina Burrows (Prissy), Emily Bryant, Gareth Chart, Laura Checkley, Julian Forsyth, Kirsty Hoiles, Chris Jarman, Tober Reilly, David Roberts, Tom Sellwood, Ray Shell, Savannah Stevenson, Gemma Sutton, Sue Jane Tanner, Susan Tracy, Alan Winner.
Book by Margaret Mitchell. Music Margaret Martin. Lyrics Margaret Martin. Producer Coilin Ingram (London). Producer Aldo Scrofani (for Columbia Artists Theatricals of New York). Adapted by Trevor Nunn. Director Trevor Nunn. Design John Napier. Costume Andreane Neofitou. Lighting Neil Austin. Sound Paul Groothius. Music Gareth Valentine (musical supervisor and arranger). Director David Bolger (movement).
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