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The Bacchae archiveThey have tasted pleasure and will defend it at any cost! Pentheus wants to stop the women - these wives, these lovers and mothers who have left their homes to revel with the god of dance and wine. He disguises himself as a woman and tries to repress their desires at any cost...The Bacchae tells of curiosity and control, invasion and rage. Supported by The Binks Trust.
Performers Alan Cumming (Dionysus), Tony Curran (Pentheus), Paola Dionisotti (Agave), Ewan Hooper (Cadmus), Ralph Riach (Tiresias), Michelle Asante, Lynette Clark, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Maria Mantack, Gloria Onitiri, Denise Orita, Ann-Marie Roberts, Sandra Yaw, Jessica Williams, Emi Wokoma.
Author Euripides. Producer National Theatre of Scotland. Producer Edinburgh International Festival (in association with the Lyric Hammersmith). Adapted by David Greig. Translation Ian Ruffell. Director John Tiffany. Design Miriam Buether. Music Tim Sutton. Musical Director Tim Sutton. Choreographer Steven Hoggett. Lighting Colin Grenfell. Sound Chris Shutt.

The Bacchae

The Bacchae (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0678428404. Details of all The Bacchae archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2466

Archive Listings

5 Sep 07
22 Sep 07
Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
Outer London
Greater London
28 Aug 07
1 Sep 07
Theatre Royal
11 Aug 07
18 Aug 07
King's Theatre

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