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A vast block of Carrara marble known as Il Gigante becomes the centre of conflict between two great artists, as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo compete for a prestigious commission to carve a statue of David. The result is one of the most iconic works of the Renaissance - but who was the model? Powerful, witty and moving, Anthony Sher's play explores the dark interplay between sexuality and creativity. This production contains nudity.Performers Roger Allam, Stephen Hagan, Richard Moore, Barry McCarthy, Simon Trinder, Ricky Champ, Philip Voss, Nick Court, Ian Conningham, John Light, Mark Meadows, Stephen Noonan.
Author Antony Sher. Producer Hampstead Theatre. Producer Thelma Holt (by arrangement with the Royal Shakespeare Company). Director Gregory Doran. Design William Dudley. Lighting Oliver Fenwick. Music Paul Englishby. Sound Matt McKenzie.
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