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Performance

VenueBristol Old Vic
Other spaces: Main House, Weston Studio, Cooper's Loft Studio
TownBristol
CountyCity of Bristol
From10th January 2024
To13th January 2024
When19:00. Sat Mat 14:00
What is currently on at Bristol Old Vic (V857)

The Roaring Girl

The Roaring GirlT069692844
Sebastian has a problem. He's in love with a girl but his father won't agree to their marriage because her family are too poor. In desperation he turns to the one person who can help him, the fearless and feisty "roaring girl" Moll Cutpurse. In a London fuelled by greed and desire, the charismatic, cross-dressing heroine Moll has the world wrapped around her little finger. Cutting a joyously independent path through the underhand scheming and petty vendettas of Dekker and Middleton's hilarious city comedy, Moll proves more than a match for any man.
Author Thomas Middleton
Author Thomas Dekker


Archive :: production:T069692844, play:S280475440, venue:V857

Production details

Weston Studio

Special Performances


  • 12 Jan 24 Sign Interpreted

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.

Company

Adapted by Hope Thain
Director Hope Thain
Design Alice Sales
DramaturgGeorgia Casimir (also assistant director)
Sound Jack Drewry
Music Jack Drewry
Lighting George Bryant
Director Laila Diallo (movement)
Other James E Davies (photography)
Performer Elowen Faulkner (Elowen Faulkner (Moll Cutpruse)
Performer Jasmine Gwatkin (Mary Fitzallard)
Performer Betsy May Wright (Mistress Gallipot)
Performer Moni Mclaren (Mistress Openwork)
Performer Eleanor Jones (Mistress Tiltyard)
Performer Lola Fyson (Betella)
Performer Daisy Dimbleby (Agnes)
Performer Rhiannon Speck (Margaret)
Performer Evie Coope (Gull)
Performer Henry Paasch (Sir Guy Fitzallard / Curtilax)
Performer Kai Sudbury (Sir Alexander Wengrave)
Performer Sebastian Stevens (Sebastian Wengrave)
Performer Gabe Norris (Trapdoor)
Performer Jasper Verinder (Laxton)
Performer Fabio Campus (Jack Dapper)
Performer Sam Scholar (Master Gallipot / Hanger / Goshawk)
Performer Jack Merrit-Webster (Master Openwork / Sir Davy Dapper)
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