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The Game of Love and Chance archiveMarivaux's 1730 comedy. Silvia

Author Pierre Carlet de Marivaux.

Archive listings for The Game of Love and Chance

Work type: Play.


Company The Classic Marivaux Company. Adapted by Matthew Partridge. Director Matthew Partridge.
28 Jul 15 to 15 Aug 15Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169
listing details L02018225247


And so begins a Sixties house party where nothing - and no-one - is to be taken at face value. In this hilarious version of one of the most celebrated 18th-century comedies - which premiered at the National Theatre - the setting in quintessentially English, and the stakes are unmistakably high. Neil Bartlett’s other translations of Marivaux plays include The Dispute (RSC) and The Island of Slaves (Lyric Hammersmith).Producer Salisbury Playhouse. Translation Neil Bartlett. Director Philip Wilson. Design Tom Rogers. Lighting Johanna Town. Music Paul Englishby. Sound Alex Twiselton. Performer Stephen Critchlow (Mr Prowde). Performer Tom Davey (Dorant). Performer Jo Herbert (Lisette). Performer Glyn Kerslake (Maurice). Performer Hattie Ladbury (Silvia). Performer Antonio Magro (Arlecchino).
31 Mar 11 to 23 Apr 11Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L1318205474


Company London Classic Theatre Company. Director Michael Cabot.
19 Jun 01Brewhouse, Burton-on-Trent :: V126
listing details L1797449810
16 Jun 01Blackfriars Arts Centre, Boston :: V440
listing details L0548286167
13 Jun 01The Radlett Centre, Radlett :: V1098
listing details L68249046
23 May 01The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L101707843
23 May 01 to 24 May 01Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond :: V944
listing details L0344989952
17 May 01Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99
listing details L327290331
16 May 01Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918
listing details L02126006113


Performed in French with surtitles.Company Theatre Nanterre Amandiers. Director Jean-Pierre Vincent.
17 Jun 99 to 22 Jun 99Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L0310484101

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