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One of the most infamous scandals in financial history becomes a theatrical epic in Lucy PrebblePerformers Corey Johnson (Jeffrey Skilling), Paul Chahidi (Andy Fastow), Sara Stewart (Claudia Roe), Clive Francis (Lay), Shane Attwooll (Trader/Senator), Matt Blair (Ensemble), Saskia Butler (Newreader), Simon Coombs (Ensemble), Matt Dempsey (Ensemble), Suzannah Fellows (Congresswoman), Derek Hagen (Ensemble), Leila Benn Harris (Ensemble/Newsreader), Ed Hughes (Lawyer), Jason Langley (Ensemble), Antonio Magro (Ensemble), Ewan Wardrop (Ensemble/Dance Captain).
Author Lucy Prebble. Corporate Sponsor John Wiley and Sons. Producer Royal Court Theatre. Producer Headlong. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Rupert Goold. Music Adam Cork. Sound Adam Cork. Design Jon Driscoll (video/projection). Lighting Mark Henderson. Design Anthony Ward. Choreographer Scott Ambler.
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