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Written around 1600 and set in two contrasting communities; city and forest. Rosalind and Celia have been banished from Court. In fear of their lives, they disguise themselves and seek sanctuary in the Forest of Arden. Amongst the magical and ancient boughs, Rosalind discovers her exiled father, uncovers various truths about herself and others...and falls helplessly in love. But in this earthly paradise nothing is quite what it seems: men do not always act like men, and women can be anything at all...Uplifting, awe-inspiring and immense fun, Shakespeare's wondrous comedy is a joyous celebration of the liberating power of love and the redeeming spirit of nature. Performed in the unfinished shell of the new theatre.Performers Philip Voss (Jaques), Michael Siberry (Touchstone), Terence Rigby (Corin/Le Beau), James Laurenson (Duke Frederick/Duke Senior), Rebecca Hall (Rosalind), David B arnaby (Adam/Sir Oliver Mar-text), David Birkin (Silvius), Robin Browne (Dennis), Rebecca Callard (Celia), Kevin Collins (Jaque de Boys), James Crossley (Charles the Wrestler/William), Janet Greaves (Audrey), Nyasha Hatendi (Forest Lord), Charlotte Parry (Phebe), Dan Stevens (Orlando), Freddie Stevenson (Amiens/Oliver).
Author Shakespeare. Producer Theatre Royal Bath. Director Peter Hall (Sir). Design John Gunter. Lighting Peter Mumford.
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