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Antony and Cleopatra archiveAntony and Cleopatra tells of the overwhelming passions of two magnetic personalities who hold the destiny of a third of the world in their hands. Antony is a warrior and a lover, torn between his military duties and the erotic charms of the sensuous Egyptian court. At the heart is Cleopatra. "Serpent of old Nile", storym and unpredictable. Their love eventually triumphs with their noble deaths, but not before all else is lost.


Kim Cattrall (Cleopatra), Michael Pennington (Antony), Jack Bannell (Proculeius / Soldier), Terry Doe (Messenger / Snake Man / Soldier), Ruth Everett (Octavia / Understudy Cleopatra), Chris Garner (Scarus / Varrius / Soldier), Mark Gillis (Agrippa), Simon Hepworth (Philo / Company / Understudy Antony), Martin Herdman (Lepidus / Canidius), Oliver Hoare (Pompey / Thidias / Decretas), Ian Hogg (Enobarbus), Martin Hutson (Octavius Caesar), Harmage Singh Kalirai (Soothsayer / Ambassador), Aicha Kossoko (Charmian), Pepter Lunkuse (Iras), Cornelius Macarthy (Alexas / Solidier), Offue Okegbe (Mardian / Soldier / Company), Barnaby Sax (Demetrius / Dolabella / Soldier), Ken Shorter (A Pirate) / Soldier), Mark Sutherland (Eros / Ensemble)


Author: Shakespeare
Corporate Sponsor(s): Jackson-Stops & Staff, Lockheed Martin
Producer(s): Festival Theatre, Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse
Director(s): Janet Suzman, Siobhan Bracke (casting), Anna Orford (assistant)
Design: Peter McKintosh
Lighting: Peter Pyant
Music: Corin Buckeridge
Sound: Sebastian Frost

Antony and Cleopatra

Antony and Cleopatra (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1249115597. Details of all Antony and Cleopatra archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2359

Archive Listings

7 Sep 12
29 Sep 12
Chichester Festival Theatre
Chichester, West Sussex
Performance Details => Venue archive


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