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depicts events that occurred in Gandhi's life and his spiritual mentors during his years with the Indian community in South Africa, 1893-1914. It was here that Gandhi explored and defined his belief in passive resistance that has left such a mark on the world. ,Performers Toby Spence (M K Gandhi), Charlotte Beament (Miss Schlesen), Anna-Clare Monk (Mrs Naidoo), Stephanie Marshall (Kasturbai), Nicholas Folwell (Mr Kallenbach), Brindley Sherratt (Parsi Rustomji), Sarah Pring (Mrs Alexander), Eddie Wade (Prince Arjuna), Andri Bjorn Robertsson (Lord Krishna).
Music Philip Glass. Lyrics Philip Glass. Lyrics Constance DeJong (after the Bhagavad-Gita). Company English National Opera. Conductor Karen Kamensek. Director Phelim McDermott. Director Julian Crouch (associate director). Design Julian Crouch. Costume Kevin Polllard. Lighting Paule Constable. Design Leo Warner (video designer). Design Mark Grimmer (video design for 59 Productions Ltd).
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