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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.Performers Hal Fowler (Caius Lucius), Emma Pallant (Imogen), Tobias Beer (Lord I), Martin Chamberlain (Cornelius), Dominic Colchester (Philario/Captain), Tricia Crowe (Lady in Waiting), Julian Curry (Cymbeline), Simon Day (Iachimo), Nicola Filshie (Lady in Waiting), Daniel Flynn (Posthumus), Mariah Gale (Gentleman 1/Helen), James Loye (Cloten), Dominic Marsh (Arviragus), James Millard (Lord II), Alastair Parker (Gentleman 2/Gaoler 1), Scarlet Strallen (Lady in Waiting), Giles Taylor (Pisanio), Simon Thomas (Frenchman), Harriet Thorpe (Queen), Terence Wilton (Belarius), Rupert Young (Guiderius).
Author Shakespeare. Corporate Sponsor Canard-Duchene. Producer New Shakespeare Company. Director Rachel Kavanaugh. Design John Bauser.
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