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Based on Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew
. Two gangsters are despatched to extract a debt from the leading man of a musical version of The Taming of the Shrew. They arrive on its First Night, in the middle of a blazing row between the show's stars and end up on stage singing Brush Up Your Shakespeare
. Sung in English. New ProductionPerformers Quirijn de Lang (Fred Graham), Jeni Bern (Lilli Vanessi), Tiffany Graves (Lois Lane), Ashley Day (Bill Calhoun), Callum Train (Hortensio), Emmanuel Kojo (Gremio), Katie Kerr (Hattie), Wayne Robinson (Paul), John Savournin (Gunman), Joseph Shovelton (Gunman), James Hayes (Harry Trevor), Peter Harding (Harrison Howell), Jacade Simpson (Nathaniel), Joshua Da Costa (Gregory), Emile Ruddock (Phillip).
Music Cole Porter. Lyrics Cole Porter. Book by Sam Spewack. Book by Bella Spewack. Producer Opera North. Producer Welsh National Opera. Conductor David Charles Abell. Conductor Oliver Rundell (assistant conductor). Director Jo Davies. Choreographer Will Tuckett. Design Colin Richmond. Costume Colin Richmond. Lighting Natasha Chivers.
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