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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. Performed in Sanskrit (no surtitles). Running time: approx. 3hrs 10minsPerformers Alan Oke (Gandhi), Janis Kelly (Mrs Naidoo), Stephanie Marshall (Kasturbai), Nicholas Masters (Parsi Rustomji/Lord Krishna), Clare Egginton (Mrs Schlesen), Sarah Pring (Mrs Alexander), Eddie Wade (Prince Arjuna), Nicholas Folwell (Mr Kallenbach), Laure Meloy, Claire Pendleton, Stephanie Marshall, Susanna Tudor-Thomas, Philip Sheffield, Paul Sheehan, Morag Boyle, Geraint Hylton.
Music Philip Glass. Lyrics Philip Glass. Lyrics Constance DeJong (after the Bhagavad-Gita). Producer English National Opera. Director Phelim McDermott (original). Director Peter Relton (revival). Conductor Stuart Stratford. Design Julian Crouch. Costume Kevin Pollard. Lighting Paule Constable (original lighting design). Design Leo Warner (original video design). Design Mark Grimmer (original video design for Fifty Nine Productions Ltd). Director Rob Thirtle (Revival Movement Director and Puppetry).
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