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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 Anton Lesser, Emma Fielding (Imogen), Daniel Evans (Posthumus), David Horovitch (Cymbeline), Ishia Bennison, Esther Ruth Elliot, Natasha Gordon, Tim Barlow, Paul Chahidi, Christopher Godwin, Walter Hall, Daniel Hawksford, Rory Kinnear, Bill Nash, Aaron Neil, Keith Osborn, Nathan Rimell, Alistair Robins, James Staddon, Simon Trinder.
Author Shakespeare. Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Dominic Cooke. Design Rae Smith. Lighting Chris Davey. Music Gary Yershon. Sound Paul Arditti. Choreographer Liz Ranken. Director Terry King (fight).
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