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Performance

VenueOld Vic Theatre
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From17th October 2015
Opened29th October 2015
To21st November 2015
WhenMon-Sat 19:30. Wed,Sat Mats 14:30. Oct 29 at 19:00. No Mats Oct 17,21,24,28
What is currently on at Old Vic Theatre (V402)

The Hairy Ape

The Hairy ApeT01594449334
The Hairy Ape takes place in New York City, 1922. Yank has spent his life shovelling coal on an ocean liner. Brutish, powerful and commanding, he knows where he belongs: in the stokehold. But when the daughter of a wealthy industrialist decides to slum it and see life below deck, Yank's universe changes forever. Unable to forget the way she looked at him, Yank hits the booming streets of New York to seek revenge.
Author Eugene O'Neills


Archive :: production:T01594449334, play:S3500, venue:V402

Production details

Company

Producer Old Vic Theatre
Director Richard Jones
Design Stewart Laing
Choreographer Aletta Collins
Lighting Mimi Jordan Sherin
Sound Sarah Angliss
Director Jess Ronane CDG (casting)
Performer Bertie Carvel (Robert Smith 'Yank')
Performer Adam Burton (Secretary)
Performer Buffy Davis (Aunt)
Performer Callum Dixon (Long)
Performer Steffan Rhodri (Paddy)
Performer Rosie Sheehy (Mildred)
Performer Nicholas Karimi (Second Engineer)
Performer Christopher Akrill
Performer Charlie Cameron
Performer Okorie Chukwu
Performer Phil Hill
Performer Ben Lee
Performer Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins
Performer Luke Murphy
Performer Elan James

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