Tour archive for Richard III (Play). 4th April 2001-26th May 2001 [TOUR]

Details

Richard III archiveOr by its full first quarto title of The Tragedy of King Richard the Third, containing his trecherous plots against his brother Clarence: the pittiful murder of his innocent nephews: his tyrannical usurpation: with the whole course of his detested life and most deserved death. Of course, nowadays Richard is seen as much maligned but the image of the hunchback reciting "Now is the winter of our discontent" will remain with us for a long time. Essentially the plot sees Richard assuming the throne after Edward IV and disposing of all those with greater right. He is finally killed at the Battle of Bosworth Field after having pronounced that other great line "A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!" (shouldn't that be "An horse!"?).

Cast/Performers

Keith Bartlett (Stanley), David Beames (Hastings), Tom Beard (Edward), Fiona Bell (Queen Margaret), Richard Cordery (Buckingham), Aidan McArdle (Richard), Aislin McGuckin (Lady Anne), Deirdra Morris (Duchess of York), Elaine Pyke (Elizabeth), Rhashan Stone (Clarence), Sam Troughton (Richmond)

Creatives/Company

Author: Shakespeare
Company: Royal Shakespeare Company
Director(s): Michael Boyd, Terry King (fights), Sarah Esdaile (associate director)
Design: Tom Piper
Lighting: Heather Carson
Sound: Andrea J Cox
Choreographer: Liz Ranken
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Richard III

Richard III (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1721262174. Details of all Richard III archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S4765

Archive Listings

4 Apr 01
to
26 May 01
The Young Vic
West End
Greater London

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