Cesario archiveStratford-upon-Avon, 1596. Judith, daughter of William Shakespeare, wears boy's clothes just like her twin Hamnet and insists that she be called Cesario. Why? Because Hamnet is very ill. He may leave forever and she's not going to let that happen. Inspired by the twins in Shakespeare's plays, this funny and touching new play is performed by a cast of young people from London schools and youth theatres. Cesario is performed by a talented cast of young actors chosen from local schools and youth theatres. Suitable for theatre-goers aged 7+


Author: Bryony Lavery
Producer: Royal Shakespeare Company
Director: Anthony Banks
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Cesario (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1621482828. Details of all Cesario archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01564429225

Archive Listings

22 Aug 12
25 Aug 12
National Theatre
West End
Greater London

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