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Cast List - Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead - 2011

In association with Theatre Royal Haymarket Productions

ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD

by TOM STOPPARD

 

CAST in order of appearance

Rosencrantz – Samuel Barnett

Guildenstern – Jamie Parker

The Player – Tim Curry/Chris Andrew Mellon

(Mellon took over role after previews due to Curry’s withdrawal through ill health)

Alfred – Charlie Hamblett

Players – Chris Andrew Mellon   Trevor Allan Davies

Zac Fox   Greg Last   James Northcote

Musician – Keith Thompson

Ophelia – Katherine Press

Hamlet – Jack Hawkins

Claudius – James Simmons

Gertrude – Fiona Gillies

Polonius – Andrew Jarvis

Courtiers – Tomm Coles   Tom Golding   Elisabeth Hopper

Jody Elen Machin   Stephen Pallister

Horatio – Michael Benz

Fortinbras – Tom Golding

Soldier – Stephen Pallister

Ambassador – Andrew Jarvis

 

Director – Trevor Nunn

Designer – Simon Higlett

Costume Designer – Fotini Dimou

Lighting Designer – Tim Mitchell

Music – Steven Edis

Sound Designer – Paul Groothuis

Movement – Etta Murfitt

Fight Director – Malcolm Ranson

Casting Director – Maggie Lunn

Associate Director – Michael Oakley

Associate Sound Designer – John Owens

Costume Supervisor – Mary Charlton

Props Supervisors – Chris Marcus & Jonathan Hall for Marcushall Props

 

Production Manager – Paul Hennessy

Company And Stage Manager – Maggie Mackay

Deputy Stage Manager – Clare Harper-Lewis

Assistant Stage Managers – Becky Hartnett, Emily Oliver

 

May: Fri 20UCP, Sat 21UCP, Mon 23UCP, Tue 24P, Wed 25P, Thu 26(PT), Fri 27, Sat 28m&e,

Mon 30, Tue 31PN

June: Wed 1, Thu 2m&e(S), Fri 3(D), Sat 4m&e, Mon 6(T), Tue 7, Wed 8m(D)&e, Thu 9, Fri 10,

Sat 11m(D)&LP

 

UCP = University of Chichester Preview

P = Preview

PN = Press Night

D = Audio Described Performance

S = Sign Interpreted Performance

PT = Pre Show Talk

T = Post Show Discussion ‘After Words’

m = matinee

e = evening

L = Last Night

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