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On 6th September 1966 South African Prime Minister Hendrick Verwoerd was stabbed to death in Parliament by messenger Demetrios Tsafendas. I.D.
is an epic portrait of the mad Old South Africa and of two individuals, the Prime Minister and his killer, both searching for the same thing - identity.Performers Antony Sher (Demetrios Tsafendas), Jon Cartwright (Gavronsky/Buytendag/Gomes), Jonathan Duff (Pratt/Muller/Dr Fisher), Alex Ferns (Lintwurm), Paul Herzberg (John Vorster/Kriel/Manolis), Lucian Msamati (Sipho), Christopher Wells (Frank Waring/Mr Justice Beyers), Jennifer Woodburne (Betsie Verwoerd), Peter Landi (Father Daniels), Oscar pearce (City Gent/Schalk/Nikki/Junior Clerk), Cleo Sylvestre (Helen Daniels/Daisy), Marius Weyers (Hendrik Verwoerd).
Author Antony Sher. Director Nancy Meckler. Design Katrina Lindsay. Lighting Johanna Town. Sound John Leonard. Music Ilona Sekacz. Choreographer Scarlett Mackmin. Corporate Sponsor Coutts. Corporate Sponsor Cadwalader Wickersham and Taft.
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