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Albrecht von Wallenstein, Duke of Friedland, Supreme Commander of the Habsburg armies, champion and saviour of the Holy Roman Empire, stands undefeated in a seemingly endless war of religion. A victim of his own military success, Wallenstein believes he is the only commander who can bring peace to the Empire. In the field, Wallenstein inspires fanatical loyalty in his troops. At court, politicians, jealous of his victories, howl for his dismissal and plot against his life. Four wintry days of terrible events, conspiracy, divided loyalty and betrayal culminate in one night of violent score settling. Wallenstein World PremierePerformers Iain Glen (Albrecht von Wallenstein), Anthony Calf (Count Octavio Piccolomini), Charlotte Emmerson (Countess Terzky), Tom Brooke (Colonel Gustav Wrangel), Annabel Scholey (Princess Thekla), Paul Hickey (Count Terzky), Max Irons (Count Max Piccolomini), John McEnery (Von Questenberg), Jessica Turner (Duchess Elizabeth von Wallenstein), James Atherton, Sebastian Armesto, Fergus O'Donnell, Ferdy Roberts, Andrew Westfield.
Author Friedrich Schiller. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Adapted by Mike Poulton. Director Angus Jackson. Design Robert Innes Hopkins. Lighting James Whiteside. Sound Jonathan Suffolk. Music Grant Olding. Director Terry King (fight). Other Julia Wilson-Dixon (dialect coach). Costume Sian Harris. Director Stuart Hembrow (assistant). Director Abigail Graham (assistant). Other Jemma Gardner (props supervisor).
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