Marat/Sade archiveFull title: The persecution and assassination of the Marat as performed by the inmates of the asylum of Charenton under the direction of the Marquis de Sade. Set in 1808, in the aftermath of the French Revolution, the Marquis is directing a play at an asylum. To educate and rehabilitate the inmates, the Marquis presents a musical pageant of the Terror of Paris, culminating in the murder of Jean-Paul Marat at the hands of Charlotte Corday. First performed in England in 1964 by the Royal Shakespeare Company.


Author: Peter Weiss
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Archive listings for Marat/Sade

Work type: Play.


Producer Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA).
18 Apr 13 to 20 Apr 13The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA), Liverpool :: V02095680176
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Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Anthony Neilson. Design Garance Marneur. Lighting Chahine Yavroyan. Director Anna Morrissey (movement). Performer Arsher Ali. Performer Maya Barcot. Performer Liz Crowther. Performer Kammy Darweish. Performer Imogen Doel. Performer Christopher Ettridge. Performer Lisa Hammond. Performer Lanre Malaolu. Performer Nathaniel Martello-White. Performer Andrew Melville. Performer Simeon Moore. Performer Harry Myers. Performer Theo Ogundipe. Performer Oliver Rix. Performer Golda Rosheuvel. Performer Amanda Wilkin.
14 Oct 11 to 5 Nov 11Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135
listing details L1901702670


A dark carnival of ensemble physical theatre, mime, clowning, music and song launches the work of new company London European Theatre with their innovative and powerful production of Peter Weiss’s Marat/Sade. This is a dynamic and arresting piece of total theatre that incorporates inventive movement, atmospheric vocal work and thought-provoking intellectual debate. Not for the faint-hearted, an intense theatrical experience that explores the nature of revolution and the liberating power of theatre.Company London European Theatre. Director Eric Douchin. Design Anna M Riessner. Lighting Katerina Michael. Music Fruli Schu. Sound Fernando Rezende T. Performer Edward Akrout. Performer Nicola Baylis. Performer Lewis Davidson. Performer Luigi Di Bernardo. Performer Charlie Dupre. Performer Alice Kay-Brown. Performer Angharad Ormond. Performer John Partington. Performer Jurgen Schwarz. Performer Melanie Gautier. Performer Annette Ross. Performer Mary Tynam. Performer Benjamin Wainwright. Performer Johanne Wang-Holm. Performer Micah Woulfe. Performer Aqil Zahid.
28 Sep 10 to 24 Oct 10Courtyard Theatre, Inner London :: V184
listing details L01989822831


Company Hull Truck Youth Theatre. Director Mark Rees.
25 Aug 10 to 28 Aug 10Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L46156619


Company Theatre Workshop. Director Robert Rae. Performer Nabil Shaban. Performer Andrew McLay. Performer Ysyabel Collyer.
23 Oct 08 to 25 Oct 08The Tramway, Glasgow :: V621
listing details L0672682503


Producer David Harris. Choreographer Francine Watson Coleman. Musical Director Andrew Charity. Company The Actors Company. Director Andrew Visnevski.
3 Oct 06 to 5 Nov 06Jermyn Street Theatre, Inner London :: V207
listing details L2085738416


Company Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club.
31 Jan 06 to 4 Feb 06ADC Theatre, Cambridge :: V18
listing details L0565289888


Company University of Sussex Drama Society.
8 Aug 05 to 13 Aug 05The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059
listing details L642481741


Company Carlton Dramatic Society.
23 May 05 to 29 May 05New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341
listing details L01748409325


Company Centre for Theatre Studies. Director Johnny Williams.
8 Dec 04 to 10 Dec 04Lakeside Theatre, Colchester :: V36
listing details L0831657981


Company London Academyof Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Director Mark Bell.
2 Dec 04 to 9 Dec 04MacOwan Theatre (LAMDA), Inner London :: V212
listing details L01822042859


Company Hull College.
21 May 03 to 24 May 03Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L1292307073


Company Rep College.
14 Jan 03 to 16 Jan 03Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732
listing details L2064839295


Company Warwick University Drama Society. Director Kuke Vulpiani. Director Matt Clarke. Producer Zoe Bent.
26 Jun 02 to 29 Jun 02Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156
listing details L1758533666


Company Salford University School of Media Music and Performance Aspects Theatre.
12 Jun 02 to 15 Jun 02The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L01534739656


Company Cause for Applause. Translation Geoffrey Skelton.
20 Mar 02 to 21 Mar 02Arc Theatre, Trowbridge :: V881281219
listing details L01287504626


Company Splinter Group.
27 Feb 02 to 2 Mar 02Electric Theatre, Guildford :: V01732805351
listing details L0909258797


Director Wendy Seager.
20 Nov 01 to 24 Nov 01Gateway Theatre, Edinburgh :: V655410553
listing details L2116232537


Company Court Theatre Training Company. Translation Geoffrey Skelton. Adapted by Adrian Mitchell. Director Clare Smout. Design Timothy Meaker. Lighting Giuliano Bocca. Music Tim Gill. Music Thierry Deneux.
6 Mar 01 to 1 Apr 01Courtyard Theatre, Inner London :: V184
listing details L0647825380


Verse adaptationCompany Herald Theatre Company (in association with Arcola Theatre). Translation Geoffrey Skelton. Adapted by Adrian Mitchell. Director Michael Cabot. Design Geraldine Bunzl. Design Fiona Hankey. Lighting Guy Hoare.
21 Feb 01 to 10 Mar 01Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940
listing details L01844669051


Translation Geoffrey Skelton (English Version). Adapted by Adrian Mitchell (Verse Adaptation). Music Richard Peaslee.
17 Nov 99 to 20 Nov 99The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L2103468790


Translation Geoffrey Skelton. Performer Adrian Mitchell. Director David Grant.
23 Jan 98 to 31 Jan 98Lyric Theatre, Belfast :: V552
listing details L0702009179


In the round.Adapted by Adrian Mitchell. Director Jeremy Sams. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Mark Henderson. Music Richard Peaslee.
8 May 97 to 21 Jun 97Olivier (National Theatre), West End :: V373
listing details L0125198110

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