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Flamboyant, fearless and utterly amoral, Volpone, 'the old fox', robs men of their wealth, their wives and their wits. One of the most popular of Jonson's plays, this classic comedy savagely dissects a society governed by corruption and convention, and explores the nature of the 'self-made man'.Performers Henry Goodman (Volpone), Andy Apollo (Bonario), Sheila Atim (Assistant to Lady Politic Would-Be), Ankur Bahl (Androgyno), Guy Burgess (Judge/Merchant), Geoffrey Freshwater (Corbaccio), Marcus Griffiths (Commandatori), Rhiannon Handy (Celia), Simon Hedger (Judge), Julian Hoult (Castrone), Matthew Kelly (Corvino), Jonathan Key (Nano), Orion Lee (Mosca), Annette Mclaughlin (Lady Politic Would-Be), Steven Pacey (Sir Politic Would-Be), Miles Richardson (Voltore), Richard Rees (Judge), Colin Ryan (Peregrine), Nav Sidhu (Notary), Gabby Wong (Assistant to Lady Politic Would-Be).
Author Ben Jonson. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Trevor Nunn. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Steven Edis. Sound Fergus O'Hare. Director Lynne Page (movement). Director Terry King (fight). Design Nina Dunn (video).
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