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This menacing parable recasts Hitler as a small time hoodlum in the economic turmoil of gangster controlled 1930s Chicago. Ui is leader of the protection racket that controls the local Cauliflower Trust and hell-bent on taking over the city's entire fruit and veg trade - whatever the cost...Performers Henry Goodman (Arturo Ui), Michael Feast (Roma), William Gaunt (Old Dogsborough), Joe McGann (Giri/O'Casey), Keith Baxter (The Actor), Mark Carlisle (Bowl+Ensemble/Musician), Alex Giannini (Butcher/Defence+Ensemble), Amanda Gordon (Dockdaisy+Ensemble/Musician), Lizzy McInnerny (Betty Dullfeet/Woman+Ensemble), Peter Moreton (Sheet/Fish+Ensemble/Musician), James Northcote (Young Dogsborough+Ensemble), Rolf Saxon (Clark/Prosection+Ensemble), Steve Simmonds (Musician/Ensemble), Colin Stinton (MC/Ragg/Dullfeet), David Sturzaker (Giviola+Ensemble).
Author Bertolt Brecht. Corporate Sponsor Hentys Corporate. Producer Minerva Theatre. Translation George Tabori. Director Jonathan Church. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Matthew Scott. Director Gabrielle Dawes (casting). Sound Mike Walker.
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