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Rose Rage - Part Two

Rose Rage - Part Two (Play) production archive for QTIX code T507584688. Details of all Rose Rage - Part Two archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S02023115186

Archive Listings

25 Jul 02
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27 Jul 02
Oxford Playhouse
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
13 Jun 02
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21 Jul 02
Theatre Royal Haymarket
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive
31 Oct 01
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3 Nov 01
Lawrence Batley Theatre
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
10 Oct 01
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13 Oct 01
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Guildford, Surrey
Performance Details => Venue archive
26 Sep 01
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29 Sep 01
Haymarket Theatre
Leicester, Leicestershire
Performance Details => Venue archive
20 Sep 01
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22 Sep 01
The Hawth
Crawley, West Sussex
Performance Details => Venue archive
12 Sep 01
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15 Sep 01
Theatr Clwyd
Mold, Flintshire
Performance Details => Venue archive

Details

Rose Rage - Part Two archiveRose Rage is a new look at the Henry VI plays by William Shakespeare. Rose Rage condenses Shakespeare's trilogy into two parts, which can be seen either individually or as a double event. This cut version, performed by an all-male cast, is extremely exciting and accessible to modern audiences, so if you think Shakespeare isn't your thing...think again. A weak and reluctant King Henry VI agrees that after his death the crown shall pass to York and not to his own son. Henry's wife Queen Margaret raises an army to protect her son's claim.

Cast/Performers

Tony Bell, Richard Clothier, Emilio Doorgasingh, Matthew Flynn, Robert Hands, Vincent Leigh, Jonathan McGuiness, Christian Myles, Simon Scardifield, Tim Treloar, Jules Werner, Guy Williams

Creatives/Company

Company: Watermill
Adapted by(s): Edward Hall, Roger Warren
Director: Edward Hall
Design: Michael Pavelka
Lighting: Ben Ormerod

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.
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