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When the Governor's Wife abandons her baby in her haste to keep her collection of dresses, Grusha, the humble kitchen maid, saves the child from death and faces danger and adversity to protect him. A drunken village clerk, Azdak, is made judge by accident and tries her case. An epic and compelling morality tale of possession and rights. Supported by The Dorset FoundationPerformers Oliver Dimsdale, Ferdy Roberts, Leo Chadburn, Thusitha Jayasundera, John Lloyd Fillingham, Gemma Saunders, Mo Sesay, Nicolas Tennant (Azdak), Cath Whitefield (Grusha).
Author Bertold Brecht. Producer National Theatre. Company Filter Theatre Company. Adapted by Frank McGuinness. Director Sean Holmes. Design Anthony Lamble. Lighting Paule Constable. Design Lorna Heavey (video). Sound Chris Branch. Music Chris Branch. Sound Tom Haines. Music Tom Haines. Sound Tim Phillips. Music Tim Phillips.
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