Digital Archive:Cast list, The Master and Margarita (2004)

Listing show dates and detailing cast, creative and production teams

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WORLD PREMIERE

 

THE MASTER AND MARGARITA

adapted by EDWARD KEMP (2004)

from the novel by Mikhail Bulgakov (1940)

 

Cast in Order of Appearance

Pontius Pilate – David Killick

Aloysius – Joe Anderson

The Master – Samuel West

Centurion Ratslayer – Ricky Fearon

Trepan Trepanovich – Martin Duncan

Rimsky – Barry McCarthy

Varukha – James Loye

Andrei – Matt Costain

Margarita – Clare Holman

Berlioz – Junix Inocian

Ivan – Jonathan Cullen

Kaifa – Matt Costain

Boris Pagoda – Steve Elias

Ariman – Tom Silburn

Glumov – Ricky Fearon

Azazello – Graham Turner

Fagott – John Marquez/Toby Sedgwick

Woland – Michael Feast

Behemoth – Noma Dumezweni

Dr Stravinsky – David Killick

Hella – Clare Foster

Natasha – Daisy Haggard

Archibald Archibaldovich – Ricky Fearon

Archibaldikova – Vicki McManus

Nurse – Anna Lowe

Afranius – Michael Feast

Frieda – Anna Lowe

 

The Orchestra

Clarinets/Sax/Orchestral Manager – Mark Lacey

Trumpet – Fraser Tannock

Trombone – Rob Workman

Percussion/Orchestral Manager – Mark Taylor

Accordion – Dan Jackson

Balalaika – Ben Grove

Violin – Megan Pound

 

Director – Steven Pimlott

Designer – Alison Chitty

Movement Director – Toby Sedgwick

Lighting Designer – Peter Mumford

Composer – Jason Carr

Sound Designer – Matt McKenzie

Musical Director – Dan Jackson

Wig & Hair Design – Romaine Bowman

Assistant Director – Phillip Breen

Design Assistant – Mark Friend

Costume Supervisor – Carrie Bayliss

Magic Advisor – Tom Silburn

Illusion Design – Scott Penrose

 

Company Manager – Amelia Ferrand-Rook

Stage Manager – Marion Marrs

Deputy Stage Manager – Klare Roger

Assistant Stage Managers – Nicola Ireland, Helena Lane-Smith

Props Maker – Alistair Plant

Props Buyer – Jane Slattery

 

July: Fri 23P, Sat 24P, Mon 26P(PT), Tue 27P, Wed 28P, Thu 29F, Fri 30(D)

August: Mon 2(T), Tue 3, Sat 7e, Sat 14e, Wed 18m(D)&e(S), Sat 21m, Tue 24, Fri 27(D)

September: Wed 1m(D)&e, Fri 3, Sat 4e, Mon 6, Tue 7, Sat 11e, Fri 17(D), Tue 21, Fri 24L(D)

 

P = Preview

F = First Night

PN = Press Night

D = Audio Described Performance

S = Sign Interpreted Performance

PT = Pre Show Talk

T = Post Show Discussion

m = matinee

e = evening

L = Last Night

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