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This hilarious farce involves a brother and sister entangled in a web of love with four others - with everyone under one roof, comic mayhem is created as all six characters struggle to be alone with their lover and we try to work out who really loves whom. Written by one of the few female playwrights of the age, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz was a poet nun and is perhaps best known as a major Baroque literary figure of Mexico.Performers William Buckhurst, James Chalmers, Joseph Chance, Claire Cox, Julius D'Silva, Rebecca Johnson, Katherine Kelly, Melanie MacHugh, Joseph Millson, Vinta Morgan, Emma Pallant, Oscar Pearce, John Ramm, Matt Ryan, Peter Sproule, John Stahl, Simon Trinder, Joanna Van Kampen, John Wark, Oliver Williams.
Author Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Adapted by Bryony Lavery. Director Nancy Meckler. Design Katrina Lindsay. Other Es Devlin (Season Stage). Lighting Ben Ormerod.
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