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Antony 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.Performers Sinead Cusack (Cleopatra), Stuart Wilson (Anthony), Israel Aduramo (Eros), Julien Ball (Euphronicus), Sarah Ball (Octavia), Stephen Campbell-Moore (Octavius), Ian Drysdale (Canidius), Noma Dumezweni (Charmian), Ben Elliot (Messenger), John Hopkins (Dolabella), Julian Jensen (Gallus), John Killoran (Scarus), Christian McKay (Mardian), Trevor Martin (Soothsayer/Clown), Simon Nagra (Alexas), Kirsten Parker (Iras), Clifford Rose (Lepidus), Steve Sarossy (Thidias), Simon Scott (Agrippa), Ross Waiton (Decretas), William Whymper (Maecenas), Clive Wood (Enobarbus), Gary Waldhorn, Harriet Walter.
Author Shakespeare. Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Attenborough. Design Es Devlin. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Paddy Cunneen. Sound John Leonard. Choreographer Terry John Bates.
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