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Moscow in the age of Stalin and a mysterious stranger appears in a park. Soon he and his retinue have astonished the locals with the magic show to end all magic shows and have quite literally set the town alight. But what's the real purpose behind their visit? And what the devil has it to do with the gorgeous and sensual Margarita? Or with her lover the Master, a writer whose masterpiece has been silenced by earthly powers. Will anyone solve the mystery before the night of the spring full moon? A crazy roller-coaster, a wicked satire and a poignant love-story, with vampires, flying broomsticks and a talking cat. Contains nudity and some violent imagery.Performers Samuel West, Clare Holman, Joe Anderson, Matt Costain, Jonathan Cullen, Noma Dumezweni, Steve Elias, Ricky Fearon, Michael Feast, Clare Foster, Simon Greiff, Daisy Haggard, Anna Lowe, James Loye, John Marquez, Barry McCarthy, Tom Silburn, Graham Turner.
Author Mikhail Bulgakov. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Corporate Sponsor John Wiley and Sons. Adapted by Edward Kemp. Director Steven Pimlott. Design Alison Chitty. Lighting Peter Mumford. Sound Matt McKenzie. Music Jason Carr.
USER (15Aug04): Incredible. Steven Pimlott handled this piece of work wonderfully.
Edward Kemp wrote it very well as well.
But may I note that John Marquez is no longer acting in it for he has broken his back.
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