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The fourth play in the season is a very rare and special treat - a play by Cervantes, Spain's most famous novelist and creator of Don Quixote
. The plot revolves around a loveable trickster, rogue and adventurer who aims to be helpful to everyone in order to be popular and liked. His witty and entrepreneurial journey leads him to question who he is and to find his own identity - until he finally finds his true vocation on the stage. Running time 3 hours including intervalPerformers 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, John Ramm, Peter Sproule, John Stahl, Simon Trinder, Joanna Van Kampen, John Wark, Oliver Williams.
Author Miguel de Cervantes. Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Adapted by Philip Osment. Director Mike Alfreds. Other Es Devlin (Season Stage). Lighting Ben Ormerod. Music Ilona Sekacz.
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