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Théâtre (1599)

Livret: William Shakespeare

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Union Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mardi 30 juin 2015
Première : jeudi 02 juillet 2015
Dernière : samedi 18 juillet 2015
Mise en scène : Ricky Dukes
Chorégraphie :
Avec : King Henry (the Commander-in-Chief) – Colette O’Rourke, Exeter (the Protector) – Kemi-bo Jacobs, Westmorland (the Conciliator) – Greta Gould, Archbishop of Canterbury (the divine) – Kerry Willison-Parry, Bishop of Ely (the Interpreter) – Elly Lowney, Gower (the Enforcer) – Sophie Tanza Quinn, Fluellen (the Tactician) – RJ Seeley, Jamy (the Intelligencer) – Louise Goodfield, Pistol (the Administrator) – Emily Owens, MacMorris (the Observer) – Nuala McGowan, The Chorus and Henry IV played by company.
Commentaires : Lazarus Theatre Company.
An all-new, all-female production of Shakespeare’s war play, King Henry V follows Henry and her band of brothers as they face the challenges of life on the front line, exploring the role of women in the military, leadership and the legacy of empire.
Presse : ★★★★ “In the central role Colette O’Rourke shines… She prowls the stage like a stalking tiger… The “Once more unto the breach…” monologue, delivered as an impassioned plea to higher powers and the stunning St Crispins Day speech are intensely moving!” Matt Merrit, Sitting in the Cheapseats
“Slickly reimagined Henry V, the band of brothers are all kickass, boiler-suited, barefoot sisters" Terri Paddock, My Theatre Mates