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The Christian rulers of the island of Malta are in heavy debt to the Turks. In order to raise the requisite sum. Barabas, a rich Jewish merchant, is deprived of his wealth, his house and his possessions. Ruined and humiliated, he answers treachery with treachery and embarks on a course of indiscriminate revenge with both tragic and farcical results.Performers Andy Apollo (Don Lodowick), Sheila Atim (Attendant), Jasper Britton (Barabas), Guy Burgess (First Knight), Beth Cordingly (Bellamira), Geoffrey Freshwater (Friar Barnadine), Marcus Griffiths (Calymath), Rhiannon Handy (Attendant), Simon Hedger (Merchant), Julian Hoult (Merchant), Matthew Kelly (Friar Jacomo), Annette McLaughlin (Katherine), Lanre Malaolu (Ithamore), Matthew Needham (Pilia-Borza), Steven Pacey (Ferneze), Richard Rees (Martin del Bosco), Colin Ryan (Don Mathias), Nav Sidhu (Callapine), Catrin Stewart (Abigail), Gabby Wong (Abbess).
Author Marlowe. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Justin Audibert. Design Lily Arnold. Lighting Oliver Fenwick. Music Jonathan Girling. Sound Claire Windsor. Director Lucy Cullingford (movement). Director Kev McCurdy (fight).
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