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Livret: William Shakespeare

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Old Vic (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 2 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : samedi 18 juin 2011
Première : mercredi 29 juin 2011
Dernière : dimanche 11 septembre 2011
Mise en scène : Sam Mendes
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Kevin Spacey (Richard III), Maureen Anderman (Duchess of York); Haydn Gwynne (Queen Elizabeth); Chuk Iwuji (Buckingham) ; Gemma Jones ( Queen Margaret); Chandler Williams (George, Duke of Clarence), Stephen Lee Anderson (Sir Richard Ratcliffe), Jeremy Bobb (Catesby & 2nd Murderer & 2nd Citizen), Nathan Darrow (Lord Grey & Richmond), Jack Ellis (Lord Hastings), Isaiah Johnson (Rivers & Lord Mayor), Andrew Long (King Edward IV & Bishop of Ely), Katherine Manners (Young Prince Richard), Howard Overshown (Brackenbury & Keeper & Sir Thomas Vaughan), Simon Lee Phillips (Tyrell & 3rd Citizen & Norfolk), Gary Powell (Lord Lovel & 1st Murderer & 1st Citizen), Michael Rudko (Lord Stanley), Annabel Scholey (Lady Anne), Gavin Stenhouse (Dorset & Urswick), Hannah Stokely (Edward)
Presse : What the popular press had to say...
"Spacey's performance combines instinctive, stage-commanding authority with lovely, droll touches of drop-dead understatement...In addition to giving a modern spin to the black comedy of the political chicanery, Mendes deftly highlights the play's retributive structure. As each of her prophecies comes true and another victim bites the dust...Spine-tingling."
Paul Taylor for The Independent

"Sam Mendes has come up with a beautifully clear, coherent modern-dress production in which the protagonist becomes an autocratic archetype. But the real buzz and excitement stems from Kevin Spacey's powerful central performance. ."
Michael Billington for The Guardian

"Compellingly watchable though he [Kevin Spacey] is, however, you never feel as you do with the truly great Richard IIIs that Spacey is exposing something dark and dangerous that he has discovered within himself. He offers a brilliant display of bravura technique, but you never quite forget that you are watching a cunningly calculated performance... This is an exciting and richly entertaining production, but one that finally misses greatness by a whisker ."
Charles Spencer for The Daily Telegraph

"The clarity of the direction is admirable, and Spacey delivers a commanding physical performance that's bruised, dark and wickedly subversive."
Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standard