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Othello, a Moor, falls in love with Desdemona but is broken by jealousy falsely encouraged. Shakespeare's most human play sets delicacy and power, trust and jealousy, love and hate, good and evil in stark and tragic opposition. Powerless in the face of their own self destructive instincts, the characters are caught on a downward spiral towards inevitable tragedy.Performers Patrice Naiambana (Othello), Natalia Tena (Desdemona), Michael Gould (Iago), Hannes Flaschberger (Brabantio), Tamzin Griffin (Emilia), Alex Hassell (Cassio), Marcello Magni (Roderigo), Clive Mendus (Duke of Venice), Flora Nicholson (Miltary Clerk 2), Osi Okerafor (Islander 2), Glyn Pritchard (Gratiano), Caleb Rowe (Officer), Robert Vernon (Ludovico), Cath Whitefield (Bianca), Matthew Wilson (Montano), Miltos Yerolemou (Soldier Entertainer).
Author Shakespeare. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Kathryn Hunter. Design Liz Cooke. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Music Stephen Warbeck. Sound Ian Dickinson. Director Marcello Magni (movement). Director Terry King (fight consultant).
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