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Intent on the conquest of Peru, Spanish soldier Pizarro entices recruits with the promise of inconceivable riches, while the Church claims the cause for Christianity. The ensuing clash between two cultures leaves thousands of unarmed Inca troops slaughtered and sparks an intense battle of wills between the sun-god and his captor, as the Spaniards plunder for gold. Part of the Travelex £10 Season.Performers Alun Armstrong (Pizarro), Philip Voss (Miguel Estete), Paterson Joseph (Atahuallpa), Oliver Cotton (Fray Vincente De Valverde), Darrell D'Silva (Hernando De Soto), Paul Ritter (Fray Marcos De Nizza), Malcolm Storry (Old Martin), Israel Aduramo (Challcuchima), Natasha Bain (Inti Coussi), Micah Balfour (Manco), Dwayne Barnaby, Tristan Beint (Young Martin), Ralph Birtwell (A Chieftain), Martin Carroll, Jim Creighton (Domingo), Branwell Donaghey (Vasca), Andrew Frame (Rodas), Bradley Freegard (Salinas), Daniel Lindquist, Richard Lintern (Pedro De Candia), George Daniel Long, Andrew McDonald, Tam Mutu (Juan Chavez), Terel Nugent, Owen Oakeshott (Pedro Chavez), Gary Oliver (Diego De Trujillo), Bhasker Patel (A Headman of A Thousand Families), Nataylia Roni (Oello), Douglas Scott Franklin, Amit Shah (Felipillo), Michael Taibi, Oliver Tompsett, Ewart James Walters (Villac Umu).
Author Peter Shaffer. Producer National Theatre. Director Trevor Nunn. Design Anthony Ward. Lighting Hugh Vanstone. Sound Paul Groothuis. Choreographer Anthony van Laast. Music Marc Wilkinson. Music Steven Edis (additional music).
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