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Cymbeline archiveImogen marries Posthumus against her father's wishes. Posthumous is exiled and while there told that he has lost his bet that his wife would be faithful. He plots a jealous reunion and revenge. Unaware, Imogene travels to meet him but after some strange occurrences she gets into disguise as a man - in a drugged sleep in a cave with a man and his two sons she awakes next to a headless corpse.

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Author: Shakespeare

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Archive listings for Cymbeline (2023)

Work type: Play.

T01626133223

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Gregory Doran. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Matt Daw. Music Paul Englishby. Director Sian Williams (movement and intimacy). Other Rachel Leonard (puppetry). Director Helena Palmer (CDG - casting). Musical Director Ben McQuigg. Other Emma Woodvine (voice and text). Design James Donnelly (associate designer). Director Joshua Parr (assistant). Performer Jeff Alexander (Soothsayer). Performer Adam Baker (Roman 2). Performer Iwan Bond (Roman 1). Performer Tom Chapman (Second Lord). Performer Peter De Jersey (Cymbeline). Performer Alexandra Gilbreath (The Queen). Performer Conor Glean (Cloten). Performer Scott Gutteridge (Guiderius). Performer Mark Hadfield (Pisanio). Performer Amber James (Imogen). Performer Marcia Lecky (1st Gent / Lady / Mother). Performer Jake Mann (Cornelius). Performer Theo Ogundipe (Caius Lucius). Performer Keith Osborn (Philario / Sicilius). Performer Christian Patterson (Belarus). Performer Ed Sayer (Posthumus). Performer Daf Thomas (Arviragus). Performer Barnaby Tobias (First Lord). Performer Cat White (2nd Gent / Helen). Performer Jamie Wilkes (Iachimo).
22 Apr 23 to 27 May 23Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L1004103800

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