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We, The People archiveIt is 1787 and the frail government of the recently independent United States of America, menaced by the powers of old Europe and reeling from internal rebellion, is suffering a crisis of identity. What sort of country should America be? Who should govern it? Who belongs in it? Throughout a long, humid, Philadelphia summer, a group of able and passionate men force themselves into one room to argue out the guiding principles of the new nation. What they came up with proves to be one of the most important - and radical - democratic experiments of the last 250 years. We, The People forges a vivid drama out of the surviving speeches, letters and official documents from that historic moment. Benjamin Franklin, James Madison, George Washington and many of the other founding fathers, came together at a moment of crisis and created the constitution which the United States still lives within today. We, The People, is a recreation of what they did.

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Archive listings for We, The People (2007)

Work type: Play.


Producer Shakepeare's Globe. Director Charlotte Westenra. Design Paul Wills. Music Adrian Lee. Performer Robert Bowman (Madison). Performer Benjamin Askew. Performer John Bett. Performer Joe Caffrey. Performer Juldeh Camara. Performer Ramon Camin. Performer Seroca Davis. Performer Chris Godwin. Performer Trystan Gravelle. Performer Kobna Holdbrook-Smith. Performer Cush Jumbo. Performer Will Mannering. Performer David Oakes. Performer Rhiannon Oliver. Performer Paul Rider. Performer John Stahl. Performer Michelle Terry. Performer Andrew Vincent. Performer Thomas Wheatley.
2 Sep 07 to 5 Oct 07Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165
listing details L305749575


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