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Sets of twins, hilarious storytelling and wonderful humanity in the Bard's comic masterpiece and shortest play. Naturally, there are two cases of mistaken identity to deal with in this tale of 24 hours in the life of two sets of twins. Shakespeare's furiously paced comedy will be staged in a contemporary world into which walk three prohibited foreigners who see everything for the first time. Running time: 2hrs 20minsPerformers Marcus Adolphy (Ensemble), Tom Anderson (Solinus' Gaoler), Paul Bentall (Pinch), Claudie Blakley (Adriana), Ian Burfield (Solinus), Silas Carson (Balthasar), Clare Cathcart (Luce), Lenny Henry (Antipholus of Syracuse), Adrian Hood (Officer), Chris Jarman (Antipholus of Ephesus), Lucian Msamati (Dromio of Syracuse), Joseph Mydell (Aegeon), Yvonne Newman (Ensemble), Pamela Nomvete (Aemilia), Rhiannon Oliver (Ensemble), Jude Owusu (1st Merchant), Simon Parrish (Ensemble), Daniel Poyser (Dromio of Ephesus), Amit Shah (Angelo), Michelle Terry (Luciana), Grace Thurgood (Courtezan), Everal A Walsh (Ensemble), Rene Zagger (2nd Merchant).
Author Shakepseare. Corporate Sponsor KPMG. Producer National Theatre. Director Dominic Cooke. Music Gary Yershon. Director Ann Yee (movement). Design Bunny Christie. Lighting Paule Constable. Sound Christopher Shutt. Director Kate Waters (fight).
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