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Don Carlos archiveDon Carlos is passionately in love with Elizabeth, the French Princess to whom he was once betrothed. Carlos' tyrannical father, King Philip II of Spain, decides to marry Elizabeth himself. The young prince's hatred for his cold and distant parent knows no bounds. He enlists his oldest friend, Rodrigo, Marquis of Posa to act as go-between. But Posa decides to convert Carlos and Elizabeth's youthful passion into a full scale rebellion against King Philip's oppressive and bloody regime.

Author Friedrich von Schiller.

Archive listings for Don Carlos

Work type: Play.

T1174607607

Producer Exeter Northcott. Producer Nuffield Southampton Theatres. Producer Rose Theatre Kingston. Translation Robert Davis MacDonald. Director Gadi Roll. Performer Tom Burke (Rodrigo - Marquis of Posa). Performer Alexandra Dowling (Eboli). Performer Darrell D'So;va (Philip). Performer Kelly Gough (Elizabeth). Performer Jason Morell (Domingo). Performer Vinta Morgan (Alba). Performer Samuel Valentine (Don Carlos). Performer Stephen Ventura (Lerma). Performer Flip Webster (Duchess). Performer Alexander Allin. Performer Dan Ball. Performer Guy Dennys. Performer Euan Shanahan.
6 Nov 18 to 17 Nov 18Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston :: V051452426
listing details L2102315503
23 Oct 18 to 3 Nov 18NST City, Southampton :: V256483315
listing details L834164191
11 Oct 18 to 20 Oct 18Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886
listing details L1712149134

T02100035481

Company Lazarus Theatre. Director Ricky Dukes. Design Andy Robinson. Lighting Heather Doole. Sound Nick Kent. Costume Rebecca Mills. Director Ria Whitton (movement). Performer Ricky Dukes (movement). Performer Robin Holden. Performer Sherine Chalhie. Performer Douglas Rutter. Performer David Palmstrom. Performer James Billington. Performer Lewis Davidson. Performer Jonathan Blakeley. Performer Rosemary Lippard. Performer Natalie Neagle. Performer Rachael Verkuil. Performer Alice Brown. Performer Angela Jimenez. Performer Gemma Beaton. Performer Sarah Sparrow. Performer Georgia Taylforth.
8 Nov 11 to 26 Nov 11The Blue Elephant Theatre, Inner London :: V1259993386
listing details L1720598124

T01126370077

A new adaptation of Schiller's classic. A conflict between absolutism and liberty, intertwined with a drama of flawed personal relationships. How do we view this, his most famous play, on the 250th anniversary of his birth? Running time 1hr 30minsCompany Incrementum Theatre Group.
7 Sep 09 to 9 Sep 09Leicester Square Theatre, Inner London :: V0148424484
listing details L0993499222

T0867479874

Producer Sovereign Arts.
18 Feb 09 to 21 Feb 09The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L552563921

T1948323363

A modern, accessible adaptation of Fredrick von Schiller’s lustful Don Carlos, stripped down by Mike Poulton and modernised with a new tone, style and delivery. Swift moving action, impassioned speeches and boldly drawn characters make this one of Schiller’s most exciting works not to be missed. Don Carlos, the Crown Prince, is passionately in love with Elizabeth, the French princess to whom he was once betrothed. Carlos’ tyrannical father,King Phillip II of Spain, decides to marry Elizabeth himself. The young prince’s hatred for his cold, distant parent knows no bounds. He enlists old friend Rodrigo, the Marquis of Posa to act as a go between. But Posa decides to covet Carlos and Elizabeth’s youthful passion into a full-scale rebellion against the kings’ bloody regime. Interweaving themes of honour, family and the corruptive nature of power in the times of the Spanish Inquisition, Don Carlos demonstrates a frustrated and near incestuous passion, sexual jealousy and intrigue, finally leading to rebellion and murder. Run time 1 hour 30 minutesProducer Rebecca Weymouth. Company SEDOS (The Stock Exchange Dramatic and Operatic Society). Adapted by Mike Poulton. Director Rebecca Smith. Director Anne Marie Leigh (assistant). Performer Panny Skrivanos (Don Carlos). Performer Robert Reeves (King Philip). Performer Nicholas Chronnell (Rodrigo/Marquis de Posa). Performer Lyanne Mansfield (Queen Elizabeth). Performer Chloe Faine (Princess Eboli). Performer Pete Picton (Duke of Alba). Performer Luke Simonds (Domingo). Performer Charlotte Price (Duchess Olivarez). Performer Ryan Mathie (Count Lerma). Performer Bethan Jones (Page).
17 Aug 08 to 23 Aug 08The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059
listing details L863118954
5 Aug 08 to 6 Aug 08Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182
listing details L1039396330
31 Jul 08Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940
listing details L0890780452

T159250411

Producer Sheffield Theatres. Translation Mike Poulton (new translation). Director Michael Grandage. Design Christopher Oram. Lighting Paule Constable. Music Adam Cork. Performer Derek Jacobi (Philip II of Spain). Performer Una Stubbs (Duchess of Olivarez). Performer Claire Price (Queen Elizabeth). Performer Richard Coyle (Don Carlos). Performer Stuart Burt (A Page to the Queen). Performer Elliot Cowan (Marquis of Posa). Performer Peter Eyre (The Cardinal Grand Inquisitor). Performer Michael Hadley (Domingo). Performer Ian Hogg (Duke of Alba). Performer Paul Keating (Prince of Parma). Performer Andrew McDonald (Count Cordua). Performer Brian Poyser (Duke of Medina Sidonia). Performer Charlotte Randle (Princess Eboli). Performer Roger Swaine (Count Lerma).
28 Jan 05 to 30 Apr 05Gielgud Theatre, West End :: V395
listing details L0801399757
22 Sep 04 to 6 Nov 04Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962
listing details L0393403438

T01546422909

Company Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). Director Gale Edwards. Performer Rupert Perry-Jones (Don Carlos). Performer Ray Fearon (Marquis of Posa). Performer Josette Simon (Queen Elizabeth). Performer Geoffrey Whitehead (Domingo). Performer John Woodvine (King Philip). Design Peter J Davison. Costume Sue Willmington.
13 Jan 00 to 6 Apr 00The Pit, Barbican Centre, West End :: V372
listing details L1126231754

T01382354680

Company Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). Director Gale Edwards. Performer Rupert Perry-Jones (Don Carlos). Performer Ray Fearon (Marquis of Posa). Performer Josette Simon (Queen Elizabeth). Performer Geoffrey Whitehead (Domingo). Performer John Woodvine (King Philip). Design Peter J Davison. Costume Sue Willmington.
9 Nov 99 to 13 Nov 99Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
listing details L02024122634
9 Nov 99 to 13 Nov 99Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L014792305
9 Jun 99 to 7 Oct 99The Other Place, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V137
listing details L01338912126

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6 Feb 19 to 14 Feb 19LAMDA, Inner London :: V838624816
listing details L01746741432

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