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Musical adaptation of the Tess story. Based on Hardy's love story, first published in 1891,
Tess of the D'Urbervilles
takes place in fictional Wessex where the beautiful Tess Durbeyfield, a peasant descended from an aristocratic family, embarks on an intense but ill-fated love affair with Angel Clare that ends in betrayal and murder.
. The role of Tess is the largest female role ever created for musical theatre and, consequently, will be shared by two actresses.
Performers , (Tess) Philippa Healey , (Tess) Poppy Tiernay , (Angel Clare) Jonathan Monks , (Alec D'Urberville) Alasdair Harvey , Craig Adams , Susan Anderson , Alison Crowther , Nicola Edwards , Maxine Fone , Aoibheann Greene , Paul Haley , Caroline Hobin , Maria Holley , Robert Irons , Simon Joslin , Katie Leeming , Nicholas Maude , David Oakley , Vincent Penfold , Dianne Pilkington , Kate Rawson , Gemma Sandy , Matt Lawrence Smith , Catherine Debenham-Taylor , Timothy Taylor . Sara Weymouth Lyrics . Justin Fleming Music . Stephen Edwards Book by . Thomas Hardy Company . JFK Repertory Company Company . Durbeyfield Ltd Adapted by . Karen Louise Hebden Director . Karen Louise Hebden Producer . Bruce Athol MacKinnon
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