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'Pray you, sit by us, and tell's a tale. Merry or sad shall't be? As merry as you will. A sad tale's best for winter.' A tale of passion, jealousy, fantasy and fairytale, the play charts the transition from winter to spring, tragedy to comedy, and revenge to romance. It is the story of high adventure where an angry King falsely accuses and discards his family to his later regretPerformers Jude Akuwudike (Antigonus), Keith Bartlett (Old Shepherd), Dylan Charles (Young Shepherd), Felix Dexter (Autolycus), Gracy G Goldman (Dorcas), Anastasia Hille (Hermione), Olwen May (Emilia), Brian Protheroe (Camillo), Sirine Saba (Mopsa), Rolf Saxon (Polixenes), Myra Lucretia Taylor (Pauline), James Telfer (Gaoler), Alan Turkington (Florizel), Lauren Ward (Perdita), Tom Beard, Dan Crute, Geff Francis, Roger Frost, James Garnon, Simon Gregor, James Hyland, Kananu Kirimi, Fiona Lait, Jami Quarrell, James Staddon, Malcolm Storry, Jerome Willis.
Author Shakespeare. Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Matthew Warchus. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Hugh Vanstone. Music Gary Yershon. Sound Mic Pool. Choreographer Quinny Sacks.
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