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This play, starring the best music of Mozart, gives an alternate view of the un-timely death of Mozart. Seen through the eyes of the Court Composer Salieri we get a story of jealousy and hatred as the young upstart's talents eclipse the established musical hierachy. But, was Salieri directly involved in Mozart's death or not?Performers Lucian Msamati (Salieri), Adam Gillen (Mozart), Karla Crome (Constanze), Sarah Amankwah, Hammed Animashaun, Geoffrey Beevers, Fleur de Bray, Tom Edden, Matthew Hargreaves, Andrew Macbean, Alexandra Mathie, Eamonn Mulhall, Robyn Allegra Parton, Hugh Sachs, Eleanor Sutton, Wendy Dawn Thompson, Peter Willcock, Nicholas Gerard-Martin, Michael Lyle, Everal A Walsh.
Author Peter Shaffer. Producer National Theatre. Director Michael Longhurst. Design Chloe Lamford. Musical Director Simon Slater. Choreographer Imogen Knight. Lighting Jon Clark. Sound Paul Arditti.
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