Digital Archive:Cast list, Rattigan’s Nijinsky (2011)

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Cast List - The Deep blue Sea, Rattigan's Nijinsky - 2011-B

WORLD PREMIERE

RATTIGAN’S NIJINSKY

by NICHOLAS WRIGHT

based on a screenplay by Terence Rattigan

 

CAST in alphabetical order

Romola Nijinsky as a young woman – Faye Castelow

Georges Astruc/Otto Kahn/Professor Bleuler – Pip Donaghy

Vaslav Nijinsky/Donald – Joseph Drake

Eleqano Nijijnsky/Tamara Karsavina – Emma Harris

Nicolai Legat/Baron de Bunzburg/Dr Frenkel – John Hopkins

Sergei Diaghilev/Cedric Messina – Jonathan Hyde

Leon Bakst/Ship’s Purser/Times Reporter/Leonid Massine – Louis Maskell

The Chosen Maiden/Anna, a maid – Ellie Robertson

Terence Rattigan – Malcolm Sinclair

Romola Nijinsky/Vera Rattigan/Emilia Markus – Susan Tracy

Ballet School Examiner/Sergei Grigoriev/Adolf Bolm – Ewan Wardrop

Vaslav Nijinsky, age 9 – Jude Loseby

A Likely Lad – Alwyn Davies-Ebsworth

Ballet School Candidates – Joe Adams   Jack Burt   Louis Cassidy-Rice   Henry Cox

Fred Davis   Jay Dix   Joseph Dunsford   Luc Gibbons

Jack Harris   Samuel Hawkins   Kyran Kyte   Morgan Mason-Smith

Leonardo Ruggieri   Bradley Tevethan   Edward Waller   Toby Wardle

Claridges Hotel Staff and all other parts played by members of the Company

 

Director – Philip Franks

Designer – Mike Britton

Lighting Designer – Johanna Town

Music – Matthew Scott

Sound Designer – John Leonard

Choreographer – Quinny Sacks

Casting Director – Joyce Nettles

Dialect Coach – Tim Charrington

Assistant Director – Jon Pashley

Costume Supervisor – Sam Pickering

Props Supervisor – Robin Morgan

Wigs Supervisor – Barbie Burrows

 

Production Manager – Ben Arkell

Company Stage Manager – Robin Longley

Deputy Stage Manager – Judith Barrow

Assistant Stage Managers – Laura Levis, Fran Redvers-Jones

 

July: Tue 19UCP, Wed 20UCP(PT), Thu 21UCP, Sat 23P, Mon 25PN

August: Tue 2e, Thu 4m, Thu 11e(T), Fri 12e, Tue 16, Sat 20m(S), Wed 24e, Fri 26e(D)

September: Sat 3mLP

 

UCP = University of Chichester Preview

P = Preview

PN = Press Night

m = mat

e = eve

LP = Last Performance

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