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A Middle Easter leader comes out of hiding to reclaim his identity. Denied of his crown and denounced by the Roman Empire, he flees for his life. Rome pursues, threatening any country he turns to with sanctions, violence and conquest. Which Sovereign State will defy the Empire? Running time approx. 2 hours 30 minutes including one interval.Performers Peter de Jersey (King Antiochus), Barry Aird (Merchant), Teresa Banham (Cornelia), Peter Bramhill (Philoxenus), Michelle Butterly (Courtesan), Nigel Cooke (Marcellus/Stoic), Ewen Cummins (Merchant), Ian Drysdale (Chrysalus), Evelyn Duah (Prusias' and Titus' Queen), Kevin Harvey (Merchant), David Hinton (Hanno), Jonjo O'Neill (Prusias), Fred Redgeway (Metellus), Matt Ryan (Sempronius), Mark Springer (Amilcar/Prologue), Barry Stanton (Berenthius), Julian Stolzenberg (Asdrubal), Tim Treloar (Calistus/Demitrius).
Author Philip Massinger. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Josie Rourke. Design Stephen Brimson-Lewis. Lighting Wayne Dowdeswell. Director Terry King (fight). Director Michael Ashcroft (movement).
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