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La Bete archiveAmerican playwright David Hirson’s rollicking 1991 play, La Bete, is a comic tour de force about Elomire, a high-minded classical dramatist who loves only the theatre, and Valere, a low-brow street clown who loves only himself. When the fickle princess decides she’s grown weary of Elomire’s royal theatre troupe, he and Valere are left fighting for survival as art squares off with ego in a literary showdown for the ages. La Bete website.
Performers Mark Rylance (Valere), David Hyde Pierce (Elomire), Joanna Lumley (The Princess), Stephen Ouimette (Bejart), Lisa Joyce (Marquise-Therese Du Parc), Greta Lee (Dorine), Robert Lonsdale (Rene Du Parc), Michael Milligan (De Brie), Liza Sadovy (Catherine De Brie), Sally Wingert (Madeleine Bejart).
Author David Hirson. Producer Sonia Friedman Productions. Producer Scott Landis. Director Matthew Warchus. Design Mark Thompson. Lighting Hugh Vanstone. Music Claire van Kampen. Sound Simon Baker.

La Bete

La Bete (Play) production archive for QTIX code T059035904. Details of all La Bete archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1195241819

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26 Jun 10
to
4 Sep 10
The Harold Pinter Theatre
West End
Greater London

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