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Imogen marries Posthumus against her father's wishes. Posthumous is exiled and while there told that he has lost his bet that his wife would be faithful. He plots a jealous reunion and revenge. Unaware, Imogene travels to meet him but after some strange occurrences she gets into disguise as a man - in a drugged sleep in a cave with a man and his two sons she awakes next to a headless corpse. Partly set in Japan.Performers Joanne Pearce, Paul Bentall, Richard Cant, Paul Freeman, Guy Henry, Ian Hogg, Damian Lewis, Joanne McCallum, Edward Petherbirdge, Jo Stone-Fewings.
Author Shakespeare. Company Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). Director Adrian Noble. Design Anthony Ward. Lighting Hugh Vanstone.
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