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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 Rupert Everett (Salieri), Joshua McGuire (Mozart), Jessie Buckley (Constanze Weber), John Standing (Count Franz Orsini-Rosenberg), Richard Clifford (Baron Gottfried van Swieten), Simon Jones (Joseph II Emperor of Austria), Timothy Kightley (Count Johann Killian von Strack), Dermont McLaughlin (Ensemble), James Simmons (Venticello), Natalie Woods (Ensemble).
Author Peter Shaffer. Corporate Sponsor Harwoods Group. Corporate Sponsor Oldham Seals Group. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Jonathan Church. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Musical Director Matthew Scott. Sound Paul Groothuis. Costume Fotini Dimou. Musical Director Matthew Scott.
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