Performance

VenueLyric Hammersmith Theatre
Other spaces: Studio
TownOuter London
CountyGreater London
From22nd February 2002
Opened28th February 2002
To30th March 2002
When19:30 Sat Mat 14:30, Thurs Mat (Mar 21) at 13:30
PricesFrom £7.00. To £20.00.
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The Prince of Homburg

The Prince of HomburgT01968476348
Set in Prussia the play is concerned with questions of loyalty, obedience, patriotism and love. The night before he leads his troops into battle, the Prince of Homburg strips off his uniform and goes sleepwalking. Moonstruck, his mind races with a young man's fantasies - love, ambition and victory. But when morning comes, a single reckless act of disobedience sets in motion a chain of events that leads inexorably to the one thing he never dreamt would happen; his own death.
Author Heinrich von Kleist


Archive :: production:T01968476348, play:S4656, venue:V315

Production details

Special Performances


  • 15 Mar 02 Open Captioned (STAGETEXT)
  • 23 Mar 02 Open Captioned (STAGETEXT)

Company

Company Royal Shakespeare Company
Company Lyric Theatre Hammersmith
Adapted by David Bryer
Director Neil Bartlett
Design Rae Smith
Lighting Paule Constable
Sound Nick Manning
Choreographer Leah Hausman
Performer Peter Bygott (Count Truchss)
Performer Andrew Fallaize (Franz)
Performer Lynn Farleigh (Elizabeth; The Electress)
Performer Dan Fredenburgh (Arthur - Prince of Homburg)
Performer Matthew Flynn (Captain Stranz)
Performer Derek Hutchinson (Cavalry Captain Von der Golz)
Performer Will Keen (Count Hohenzollern)
Performer James Laurenson (Freidrich Wilheim/Elector of Brandenburg)
Performer Tanya Moodie (Princess Natalie)
Performer Pater Moreton (Cavalry Captain Georg von Sparren)
Performer Fred Pearson (Colonel Kottwitz)
Performer Brian Poyser (Fieldmarshall Dorfling)
Performer Crispin Redman (Captain Count Reuss)
Performer Guy Oliver Watts (Captain Seigried von Morner)

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