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Doctor Faustus archiveFaustus is a brilliant academic whose destructive thirst for knowledge leads him down a path to damnation when he sells his soul to Lucifer. From the splendour of Emperor Charles V's court to the excesses of the Pope's banquet in Rome, Faustus experiences all the earthly delights on offer in this world and beyond with the magical powers granted by his devilish companion, Mephistopheles. But his time is fast running out... Reuniting the team that created the Citizens critically acclaimed PEER GYNT the production features two re-written acts by celebrated playwright Colin Teevan, giving Christopher Marlowe's tale of mankind's insatiable greed for power a contemporary twist.
Performers Siobhan Redmond (Mephistopheles), Kevin Trainor (Faustus).
Author Christopher Marlowe. Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Producer Citizens Theatre. Director Dominic Hill. Adapted by Colin Teevan. Design Colin Richmond. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Dan Jones. Sound Dan Jones.

Doctor Faustus

Doctor Faustus (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01508110856. Details of all Doctor Faustus archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S3036

Archive Listings

5 Apr 13
to
27 Apr 13
Citizens Theatre
Glasgow
Glasgow
23 Feb 13
to
16 Mar 13
Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse)
Leeds
West Yorkshire

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